1867-1870 Jardine Bowrington Canal Morrison Hill color
1867-1870 寶靈頓運河 摩理臣山 彩照
From Jardine Mension near Caroline Hill looking west, Bowrington, Causeway Bay, and the future site of Lee Garden Hill. As the 4th Governor, several places in Hong Kong came to be named after him:
1. Bowring Praya West and Bowring Praya Central were two roads built on reclaimed land during his tenure, but were respectively renamed Des Voeux Road West and Des Voeux Road Central in 1890 after the Praya Reclamation Scheme.
2. Bowrington, or Bowring City, is an area Bowring originally built around the estuary of the Wong Nai Chung river, and is the site of the Bowrington Market. He built an extension named the Bowrington Canal, over which the original Bowrington Road (now called Canal Road) and the Bowrington Bridge passed. A road running parallel to and one block to the west of Canal Road retains the name Bowrington Road and houses the street market which serves the district.
3. Bowrington Road, Hong Kong, in 2017
4. Bowring Street in the district of Jordan, Hong Kong
He was also responsible for the establishment of the Botanic Gardens in Hong Kong, the most indelible mark he made on the colony.
1867-1870 Happy Valley racecourse Morrison Hill color
From Wong Nei Chung Gap before the future site of Shan Kwong Road Stable, viewing the northern part of Hongkong ...
1890 Jardine Stand in Happy Valley
Members' Stands at the Happy Valley Racecourse, 1890 The Happy Valley Racecourse in 1890. The flag next to the Union Jack ...
1870-1880 Jardine, Matheson & Co.’s property, East Point
The ornamental gate is now situated at Hong Kong Jockey Club's Beas River Riding School in Sheung Shui. c.1870-1880 ...