Canadian Pacific's photos with the 2002

Flying Red Maple Leaf

Flying Red Maple Leaf
Air Canada was established in 1937 and when it celebrated its 65th Anniversary in 2002, an Airbus A320 was given a special livery.

The special livery is still flying in 2007, which is Air Canada's 70th Anniversary.
Added on October  3, 2007

HK Ambulance outside of Wan Chai Market

HK Ambulance outside of Wan Chai Market
Wan Chain (灣仔) Market.

Wan Chai, meaning the Little Bay in Chinese, is a famous district on Hong Kong Island, well-known for its red-light district and frequented by the navymen visiting HK from the U.S., Britain, and Australia.

But it's also a mixed co…
Added on November 24, 2009

終審法院 Court of Final Appeal, Hong Kong

終審法院 Court of Final Appeal, Hong Kong
The neo-classical building was built in 1917. The brick-and-stone building was originally the French Mission Building. It's now the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal.

No. 1, Battery Path, Central, Hong Kong.
Added on November 17, 2009

Star Cruises

Star Cruises
A Star Cruises liner at Ocean Terminal, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Ocean Terminal-Harbour City is a massive shopping-office-hotel complex on the west coast of Kowloon.
Added on November 17, 2009

Hongkong Tram Fleet No. 24

Hongkong Tram Fleet No. 24
Added on September  7, 2009

Mid-Level Luxury Apartments

Mid-Level Luxury Apartments
Like any city in the world, the rich and famous live on the hill looking down the rest of the city.
Added on September  7, 2009

Window Seat on the Upper Deck

Window Seat on the Upper Deck
Hong Kong followed the British tradition and the steering wheel is on the right-hand side of all vehicles and drive on the left-side of the road.
Added on September  7, 2009

Citybus Hong Kong to Vancouver!

Citybus Hong Kong to Vancouver!
Another photo scanned from my 2002 trip to Hong Kong.

Hong Kong's population is very dense and uses massive double-deckers from Britain and Europe.

I believe I was in Wan Chai at the time when I saw this Volvo Olympian tri-axle bus, carrying an Air Cana…
Added on September  7, 2009

香港消防處 Mercedes-Benz Diving Unit Box Van

香港消防處 Mercedes-Benz Diving Unit Box Van
Hong Kong has been a relatively wealthy, if overcrowded, city. Because Hong Kong has so many high-rise buildings, and is surrounded by the South China Sea, its fire-fighting and rescue forces require the state-of-the-art equipment.

The Hong Kong Fire Sev…
Added on August  7, 2009

香港消防處 MAN LE160C Rescue Truck

香港消防處 MAN LE160C Rescue Truck
I'm reposting some of my old Hong Kong fire engine photos from 2002. This time the photos are scanned from the negative.

Previously before I bought the scanner, I've used my digital camera to take a photo of a printed 4" x 6" photo.

There is a story beh…
Added on July 30, 2009

Hong Kong Fire: Scania 124G Turntable Ladder Engine

Hong Kong Fire: Scania 124G Turntable Ladder Engine
Hong Kong has been a relatively wealthy, if overcrowded, city. Because Hong Kong has so many high-rise buildings, and is surrounded by the South China Sea, its fire-fighting and rescue forces require the state-of-the-art equipment.

The Hong Kong Fire Sev…
Added on August  7, 2009

Hong Kong Fire F197 Mercedes-Benz 614D Rescue Tender

Hong Kong Fire F197 Mercedes-Benz 614D Rescue Tender
I'm reposting some of my old Hong Kong fire engine photos from 2002. This time the photos are scanned from the negative.

Previously before I bought the scanner, I've used my digital camera to take a photo of a printed 4" x 6" photo.
Added on July 30, 2009

Inside a Vintage Bendy-Trolley

Inside a Vintage Bendy-Trolley
I think this wask taken at the Guangzhou Museum in YueXiu Park.

Inside a poorly preserved vintage bendy-trolley bus.
Added on July 23, 2009

Guangzhou Museum (广州市博物馆)

Guangzhou Museum (广州市博物馆)
From left to right: my mother, my uncle (her little brother) and my aunt (her sister).

More infomation on the Guangzhou Museum in Yuexiu Park, Guangzhou (Canton), China.
Added on July 17, 2009

Guangzhou Bus Company No. 2

Guangzhou Bus Company No. 2
Communist countries usually aren't very creative with business names. You'll sometimes hear names such as Moscow Hospital No.6 or Shanghai East District School No. 17.

The operator of this coach is called Guangzhou Bus Company No. 2!
Added on July 17, 2009

Guangzhou Motor Bus Company No. 1

Guangzhou Motor Bus Company No. 1
We've seen a bus from Guangzhou Bus Company No. 2 before, this is a bus from Guangzhou Motor Bus Company No. 1.
Added on July 23, 2009

Canton (Guangzhou) Street Scene

Canton (Guangzhou) Street Scene
A random shot of a tree-lined Guangzhou street.
Added on July 23, 2009

Gods of Doors

Gods of Doors
Like many ancient cultures, the Chinese has a god for anything and everything. In old residential architecture, the entrance into the house would be painted with two fearsome Gods of Doors, who serve to prevent evil spirits from entering the residence.
Added on July 17, 2009