2010-05-01 – Hong Kong Hung Hom Old Container Terminal
Hong Kong Hung Hom Old Container Terminal
Hong Kong’s history is deep with shipping. Going back to the 1840’s and earlier the region was an important part of shipping products from China to the West. Today this has not changed that much. Hong Kong is still ranked in the top 5 busiest ports in the world. Even with the development of large ports in Chinese waters Hong Kong still is able to compete with the advantage of high-efficiency.
This port used to connect to the East Rail Line that’s now site of construction of a new Mass Transit Rail (MTR) line that will connect Sha Tin to Central. It was active as recently as 2010 but with the government’s goal of opening up waterfront space to the people it’s unlikely this scene will be seen again. This has also happened along the waterfront in Kowloon Bay that’s actively going through the transformation. It’s with mixed feelings that these loud, dirty and busy machines head further out of sight. Part of the beauty of Hong Kong is the endless hustle and bustle of life and with these changes the city loses a little bit of its personality.
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