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Singapore Revisited 4


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Page 1 - Jane Radford

return visit to Singapore

Page 2 - Jane Radford

includes Canada Road

Page 3 - Jane Radford

includes Kuala Lumpur

Page 4 - Roger Thomas

includes Portsdown Road

Page 5 - John Harper

Chinese New Year

Page 6 - Dave Papworth

Ford Factory Museum

Page 7- Dave Papworth

General Singapore Scenes

Page 8 - Dave Papworth

Night Scenes, River trip

Page 9 - Dave Papworth

Tiger Balm Gardens

Page 10 - Dave Papworth

Ten Courts of Hell

Page 11 - Lynne Copping

includes two photos of former St. Johns School.

Page 12 - Sue Dorrington

Flooded Orchard Rd. 2010

Page 13 - Paul Hockey

March 2010

Page 14 - Leslie Rutledge


Many thanks to Roger Thomas for allowing me to use these pictures taken recently in Singapore.  You can see more of Rogers' pictures on his site and at his other site the Singapore Photo Gallery

This is where Sussex Estate used to be.  The school is the Nan Hue Secondary School which moved into these premises in December 2003.

See also Sussex Estate by Paul Edwick


These Multi-story Flats surround what was the Sussex Estate.


What used to be the Army Sports Fields on Dover Road which included Dover Road Swimming Pool.  This view is taken from Clementi Road.

On Bouna Vista Road.  Portsdown Road left at the roundabout.

The start of Portsdown Road.  I think that were the cranes are is were the Alexandra Junior School was.

Nepal Park which is across the road from where the Alex School was.

Nepal Park Estate

Looking down Portsdown Road from the entrance to Nepal Park toward Bouna Vista Road.

Looking up Portsdown Road to Weyhill Close.

Old Quarters off Weyhill Close.

Slim Barracks - now closed

Slim Barracks Parade Ground.

Britannia Club still standing only the pool has been demolished.

60's Map showing the Dover Road - Portsdown Road area.  Roads shown by broken lines usually indicated British Forces property.


Thanks to John O'Leary (St. Johns 1965-68) for these next two photos taken on a return trip to Singapore in 2004

Whitchurch Road and what was formally the NAFFI Store.

The entrance to the Wessex Estate

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