During her assignment in Hong Kong, one of the queens stayed at Johnston Road and as she steps out of her apartment building, there is a stop for the Hong Kong trams. This allowed her to explore Hong Kong using this form of transportation which had been there since 1898. Manila had trams pre-war. Now - we no longer have any traces of the trams - not even the tracks.
I took a lot of pictures of the trams. They are good photo subjects. They are colorful and interesting. In fact, they remind me of the Jeepneys in Manila. However - I think they are better because they have to run on tracks ( which means they can't drive crazy like the Jeepneys ).
|Hong Kong Tram|
|Hong Kong Tram Fare is 2 HK $|
|White Hong Kong Tram|
|Red Hong Kong Tram|
|Black and Yellow Hong Kong Tram|
|Hong Kong Tram to Eternity|
|Green Hong Kong Tram|
|Hong Kong Tram in Day Time|