The Kowloon Terminus and the Clock Tower were erected in Tsim Sha Tsui.
The Clock Tower started providing time service with the clocks and the bell installed in March.
The operation of the clocks was suspended during the Japanese Occupation.
The use of the bell discontinued because of the unsynchronised clocks and chime.
The Kowloon Terminus was demolished, with the Clock Tower remained still.
The Hong Kong Cultural Centre was built next to the Clock Tower at the former location of the Terminus.
The Clock Tower was declared a monument for its historical interest and architectural merit.
The bell returned to the Clock Tower for display.
The Clock Tower celebrates the centenary of its bell.
Click here to visit the Antiquities and Monuments Office’s webpage about the Former Kowloon-Canton Railway Clock Tower, Tsim Sha Tsui.