Singapore today with some familiar buildings and some very new ones.See also Serangoon Gardens as it is today.
Alexandra HospitalFormerly the British Military Hospital (BMH). My father spent some time in it. Photos of this hospital in 2007 taken by Lam Chun See can be viewed at - For Friends at Memories of Spore
Britannia ClubDue for demolition. Photographed in 2001 by Paul Edwick
Britannia ClubPhoto by Paul Edwick
Commemorative PlaqueIn the Britannia Club, about to be removed and preserved
The Padangand St. Andrews Road
GPOon the left, now the Fullerton Hotel overshadowed by skyscrapers.
Holland Village - 2005Peter writes:- "Holland Village today is so much different from the 1960s. Lorong Mambong and Lorong Liput were two roads bordering the old 2-storey shophouses (top right corner of photo). The shop houses in turn faced the Chip Bee flats. To the right of the taxi stand is Taman Warna which was a haven for married British military families (Jalan Kelabu Asap, Jalan Merah Saga, Jalan Kuning)"
Holland Villagesituated opposite the Chip Bee Estate.
My thanks to Peter Chan for these following photos of Holland Village and Bukit Timah
Holland Avenue with Holland Village on the left and Taman Warna on the right.
Bukit TimahWhere Beauty World once stood, which was the main retail area of Bukit Timah. Bukit Batok TV Tower is in the distance.
Another view of where Beauty World once was. A new modern shopping centre has been built near by, named Beauty World.
Chun Tin Road Estate behind the former Beauty World
Chun Tin Road Shop Houses
The old Bukit Timah Post Office would have stood where the trees are with it's main entrance just over the foot bridge you can see in the photo. The Post Office was to the right of the Halfway House Night Club and Restaurant.
The Halfway House stood where this junction is now.
Another view of the junction and where the Halfway House was.
Jalan Jurong Kechil
Jalan Jurong Kechil
The following two photos are from Robert Todd and show the demolition underway of the Phoenix Hotel on Orchard Road, Singapore.