Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng
Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng
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Hong Kong’s Queen’s Pier may be resurrected away from original Central area

  • Revelation by authorities comes after public backlash in separate case involving demolition of century-old reservoir in Shek Kip Mei
  • Iconic pier had welcomed incoming British governors and royalty, and its parts now sit in a warehouse after being dismantled in 2007

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Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng
Queen’s Pier was dismantled in 2007, and its parts, including an iconic sign, have sat in a government warehouse since. Photo: Robert Ng
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