CLP (1980s-Present)


CLP (1980s-Present)

Black Point Power Station commissioned in phases between 1996 and 2006
British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher inaugurated Castle Peak Power Station unit A in 1982
Castle Peak Power Station commissioned in phases between 1984 and 1986
China Light replaced by CLP Holdings on Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 1998
China Light
China Light
Duke of Edinburgh received by Sir William Stone at the opening of Castle Peak Power Station unit B, 1986
China Light’s Guangzhou office opened in 1997
Lawrence Kadoorie and Li Ka Shing at China Light and Hong Kong Electric Network Connection ceremony in 1981
Lawrence Kadoorie at celebration of 10th anniversary of interconnection with Guangdong, 1989
Li Peng at the demonstration of the Simulator System at Castle Peak Power Station, 1980s
Opening of China Light’s Beijing office in 1995
Opening of China Light’s Shanghai office in 1998
Penny
China Light’s 1 millionth customer, 1982
China Light’s 2 millionth customer, 2002
Tsing Yi Power Station chimneys demolished in 1998-1
Tsing Yi Power Station chimneys demolished in 1998-2
Tsing Yi Power Station chimneys demolished in 1998-3
Tsing Yi Power Station chimneys demolished in 1998-4
Tsing Yi Power Station chimneys demolished in 1998-5
147 Argyle Street and Kadoorie Hill
Aviation
CLP
CLP (1900s-1930s)
CLP (1940s-1950s)
CLP (1960s-1970s)
CLP (1980s-Present)
Hong Kong Society
Hong Kong Society (additional)
HSH (Vol 1-3)
HSH (Vol 1-3) - Other HSH Hotels
Jewish Immigrants
Kadoorie Farm
Lord Kadoorie’s Photography Collection
Peak Tramways
Peak Tramways (1880s-1910s)
Peak Tramways (1920s-1940s)
Peak Tramways (1950s-today)
Peak Tramways - Peak Tower
Peak Tramways - Terminus and Stations
Peak Tramways - The Peak
Peninsula Hotel (1920s-1930s)
Peninsula Hotel (1940s WWII and Post War)
Peninsula Hotel (1950s-1960s)
Peninsula Hotel (1970s-1980s)
Peninsula Hotel (1990s-present)
Repulse Bay Hotel
Tai Lam Chung Reservoir
Tai Ping Carpets