In 1912, the government decided to proceed with the construction of a terminus building in Tsim Sha Tsui. This photo taken in around 1915 shows the Terminus in the final stage of construction.
The train is seen leaving the Terminus. The latter and the Clock Tower had just been completed, though there was still a good deal of construction going on at the site.
Inside view of the Kowloon Terminus in Tsim Sha Tsui in around 1916-1920
View of the Kowloon Terminus in Tsim Sha Tsui around 1916-1920. The Clock Tower was built in 1915, but its clocks and bell were installed in 1921.
The clocks and the bell of the Clock Tower commenced operation in March 1921. The clock facing the harbour is depicted in this photo taken in around 1930-1940.
The Kowloon Terminus in around 1925-1930
The Kowloon Terminus viewed from the harbour in around 1950s
The Kowloon Terminus in around 1950s
View from the harbour in around 1950s. The Kowloon Terminus and the Clock Tower are seen on the right.
A panoramic view of the Kowloon Terminus in around 1950s with the Clock Tower on the right
Night view of the Kowloon Terminus and the Clock Tower lit by decorations in 1950s
The Kowloon Terminus in around 1955
The Clock Tower in around 1960-1970s
Ship of the Hongkong United Dockyards in Victoria Harbour in 1985. The Clock Tower and the Star Ferry's Kowloon Pier are seen in front.
Aerial view of the Clock Tower and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre in the final stage of completion in 1980s
Features of the Clock Tower