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Riding the Trams (Hong Kong, China). 'Nicknamed ‘ding dings’ by locals, trams have been sedately chugging back and forth between the Eastern and Western districts of the Island since 1904. A century later the world’s largest fleet of still-operating double-decker tramcars continues to negotiate pathways through the city’s heavy traffic.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/china/hong-kong

Ride the tram! Hong Kong's oldest and cheapest mode of transport. Nab the upper deck front seats if you're lucky.

“舊香港用品”的图片搜索结果

“舊香港用品”的图片搜索结果

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Stereoscopic collage of Hong Kong neon signsphoto from the archive of Aidan O'Rourke Tutor Photographer Manchester Liverpool

Illuminated Neon Street Signs, Nathan Road in Tsimshatsui, Hong Kong

Illuminated Neon Street Signs, Nathan Road in Tsimshatsui, Hong Kong

Illuminated Neon Street Signs, Nathan Road in Tsimshatsui, Hong Kong Photographic Print by Gavin Hellier

Hong Kong, 1970s.

HK is an online exhibition that visually explores, maps, and documents the neon signs of Hong Kong.

Neon Fantasy, Nathan Road, Hong Kong, 2002, photograph by Keith Macgregor.

Neon Fantasy, Nathan Road, Hong Kong, photograph by Keith Macgregor. A bit like being in the middle of Bladerunner.

Mong Kok, Hong Kong Street Photography

Mong Kok, Hong Kong Street Photography

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