A visitor looks at the recently unearthed service reservoir on Bishop Hill, believed to have been built in 1904. Photo: Winson Wong A visitor looks at the recently unearthed service reservoir on Bishop Hill, believed to have been built in 1904. Photo: Winson Wong
A visitor looks at the recently unearthed service reservoir on Bishop Hill, believed to have been built in 1904. Photo: Winson Wong
Conservation

Demolition of century-old underground reservoir suspended by Hong Kong authorities after they bow to public calls for it to be preserved

  • The underground reservoir, believed to have been completed in 1904, is a cavernous chamber featuring soaring brick arches
  • It first came to the public’s – and heritage advisers’ – attention on Monday after images taken by locals went viral

Topic |   Conservation
A visitor looks at the recently unearthed service reservoir on Bishop Hill, believed to have been built in 1904. Photo: Winson Wong A visitor looks at the recently unearthed service reservoir on Bishop Hill, believed to have been built in 1904. Photo: Winson Wong
A visitor looks at the recently unearthed service reservoir on Bishop Hill, believed to have been built in 1904. Photo: Winson Wong
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