Boat Quay, across the Singapore River, featuring rows of traditional Indian shophouses
These early buildings have nearly all been lost.The clusters of small boats are sampans, small working boats on which families would also live. In the foreground is Cavanagh Bridge, built in 1869, from steel shipped out from Glasgow; it was the last convict labour project in Singapore.
Marine Photo Service (Waterline Collection)
- Image reference: P95141
- Waterline Collection, National Maritime Museum, London
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