Lung Tsun Pavilion, Kowloon, Hong Kong
University of Bristol – Historical Photographs of China reference number: HR01-064. The Lung Tsun Pavilion was at the end of the Lung Tsun Stone Bridge (later known as the Kowloon City Pier). The pavilion was used by the local elders to greet new officials to the yamen (Chinese court) in Kowloon City, and it was also called the Pavilion for Greeting Officials. The pavilion measured 8 metres long and 7 metres wide, its height was about 8 metres. A stone lintel of 1873, inscribed with two large Chinese characters (龍 津 Lung Tsun), was placed in the main entrance of the pavilion. Some scant remains of the Lung Tsun Pavilion lie within the grounds of the former Kai Tak Airport; part of the pier survives. Source: Peter Chan. See NA23-07.
Black and white photograph
Archives & Special Collections, SOAS Library, University of London