The effects of initial demolition work at the century-old service reservoir on Bishop Hill in Shek Kip Mei, Sham Shui Po. The underground facility, believed to have been completed in 1904, has architectural features not commonly seen in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong The effects of initial demolition work at the century-old service reservoir on Bishop Hill in Shek Kip Mei, Sham Shui Po. The underground facility, believed to have been completed in 1904, has architectural features not commonly seen in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
The effects of initial demolition work at the century-old service reservoir on Bishop Hill in Shek Kip Mei, Sham Shui Po. The underground facility, believed to have been completed in 1904, has architectural features not commonly seen in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
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The effects of initial demolition work at the century-old service reservoir on Bishop Hill in Shek Kip Mei, Sham Shui Po. The underground facility, believed to have been completed in 1904, has architectural features not commonly seen in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong The effects of initial demolition work at the century-old service reservoir on Bishop Hill in Shek Kip Mei, Sham Shui Po. The underground facility, believed to have been completed in 1904, has architectural features not commonly seen in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
The effects of initial demolition work at the century-old service reservoir on Bishop Hill in Shek Kip Mei, Sham Shui Po. The underground facility, believed to have been completed in 1904, has architectural features not commonly seen in Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
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