CLP Clock Tower: Hong Kong’s iconic heritage landmark still alive and ticking

//CLP Clock Tower: Hong Kong’s iconic heritage landmark still alive and ticking

CLP Clock Tower: Hong Kong’s iconic heritage landmark still alive and ticking

At 147 Argyle Street, in Hong Kong’s Kowloon district, a narrow brick clock tower that has been telling the time for 80 years stands solemnly next to demolished blocks, where luxury residential skyscrapers will stand beside it by 2022. Perched beneath the stately homes of Kadoorie Hill, the clock tower is a reminder of what was once the stately headquarters of China Light and Power (CLP). Opened in 1940, the iconic tower is listed as a grade one historic building, and has been under…

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