Next skip to 1991. There are a lot of things to note about this picture. First of all, Hung Hom Bay is being reclaimed, and the ferry terminal that was originally next to the railway station has been moved far away. In the past, taking the train from Shatin to Hung Hom could transfer boats to Hong Kong Island, but after the pier moved, there was no such option. You can also see the completed Whampoa Garden on the side of the new wharf. We will discuss the process of Whampoa's transformation from a shipyard to a middle-class housing estate in another article later.
Returning to the station itself, if you look closely, you will find that the platform space of the station has become larger, and the original location job email list of the Hung Hom freight yard has also been covered. This location will later become the Hung Hom terminus lobby with the current wave-top design.Looking further west, a whole area of shopping malls and hotels in Tsim Sha Tsui East have been completed, and the days of Hong Kong's pre-1997 will come.
In 2001, the roof of Hung Hom Station grew bigger and bigger. The lobby of the new terminus mentioned just now can be clearly seen here, and next to the Hung Hom Station there are also the International Metropolis and Harbour Plaza Metropolis. As for Hung Hom Bay behind, there was a dispute over the demolition of the southern shore of the waterfront .