Singapore In The Sixties

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For those of you who still knew the Old Straits World and for those who were born too late. A precious world that disappeared during our lifetime. It seems like yesterday.

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Singapore In The Sixties

  1. 1. SINGAPORE IN THE MID-SIXTIES *** Turn On Speakers ***
  2. 2. The PADANG .
  3. 3. CLIFFORD PIER, just like Fisherman Wharf in San Fran?
  4. 4. CLIFFORD PIER – View from the Sea .
  5. 5. CLIFFORD PIER, taken from Overhead Bridge across Collyer Quay.
  6. 6. The NATIONAL LIBRARY, since demolished.
  7. 7. VAN KLEEF Aquarium, @ Clemenceau Ave.
  8. 8. The NATIONAL THEATER, @ Clemenceau Ave./River Valley Rd.
  9. 9. The HAW PAR VILLA @ Pasir Panjang was a popular location for family outings.
  10. 10. EU TONG SENG STREET, before development of the present People’s Park.
  11. 11. The NCO CLUB @ Beach Road.
  12. 12. RAFFLES HOTEL (left) & NICOLL HIGHWAY (right).
  13. 13. HOCK LAM STREET, site of the present FUNAN Centre.
  14. 14. CAPITOL THEATER, which has been gazetted as a historical building to be preserved.
  15. 15. The ESPLANADE, also known as Queen Elizabeth Walk .
  16. 16. Another view of QUEEN ELIZABETH WALK.
  17. 17. Was this the BOTANIC GARDENS?
  18. 18. COLLYER QUAY, view from Overhead Bridge.
  19. 19. COLLYER QUAY, view in the opposite direction.
  20. 20. C K TANG Building.
  21. 21. OUTRAM PARK.
  22. 22. QUEEN STREET MARKET .
  23. 23. BUM BOATS @ Singapore River.
  24. 24. RAFFLES PLACE, with John Little on the left.
  25. 25. NORTH BRIDGE ROAD.
  26. 26. Bugis Street At Night
  27. 27. FITZPATRICK’S Supermarket was for Up Market Shopping!
  28. 28. The former COLD STORAGE Supermart?
  29. 29. An Old Style BUS STOP.
  30. 30. JURONG DRIVE-IN THEATER, with a 47 x 110 ft Screen.
  31. 31. <ul><li>THAT’S ALL FOLKS, </li></ul><ul><li>HOPE THE PICTURES </li></ul><ul><li>BROUGHT BACK </li></ul><ul><li>SOME FOND MEMORIES!! </li></ul>

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