CLP (1940s-1950s)


CLP (1940s-1950s)

Opening of Hok Un
British military helping China Light transport large machinery in Tsimshatsui, 1950
Cable Laying at Wesley Road, Ho Man Tin, 5th March 1955
(Wah Yan College, Kowloon on top left)
Cable-laying in Kowloon City in the 1950s
Laying of cables in Shamshuipo
Cables being laid in Shamshuipo in 1955 while passers-by looked on
China Light headquarters opened in 1940
China Light headquarters, 1951
China Light workers repairing street lights on Nathan Road, Tsimshatsui in 1955
China Light
China Light
Governor Sir Geoffrey Northcote officiating at Hok Un Power Station new unit opening in 1940
1958 CLP Annual Report P. 3
His Excellency the Governor switching in the first of Hok Un Power Station 30,000
kW Turbo-Alternators.
Hok Un Power Station from the air, 1947
Hok Un Power Station new unit opening in 1940
Hok Un Power Station Unit A in 1958
Horace Kadoorie (3rd from right) and China Light management at Hok Un, early 1950s
Ma Tau Wai Substation in 1951
Sir Alexander Grantham (left) and China Light general manager F Clemo at Hok Un, early 1950s
Sir Alexander Grantham (right) touring Hok Un Power Station, early 1950s)
Sir Alexander Grantham at Hok Un A Unit
Submarine cable laying
Transporting large machinery in Hunghom in the 1950s
147 Argyle Street and Kadoorie Hill
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Kadoorie Farm
Lord Kadoorie’s Photography Collection
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