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4 Historic Structures of Aberdeen Reservoir

Aberdeen Reservoir, comprising the Upper Reservoir (1931) and the Lower Reservoir (1932), was built to augment Pok Fu Lam Reservoir for solving the water shortage problem in the western part of Hong Kong Island. It became the last reservoir ever built on Hong Kong Island, after Pok Fu Lam, Tai Tam and Wong Nai Chung.

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Aberdeen Reservoir Road, Aberdeen


Transport

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7 Central (Ferry Piers) - Shek Pai Wan
76 Causeway Bay (Moreton Terrace) - Shek Pai Wan

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95 Ap Lei Chau (Lee Nam Road Industrial Area) - Shek Pai Wan (Circular)
971 Hoi Lai Estate - Aberdeen (Shek Pai Wan)

 
 
1. Dam (1931) of the Aberdeen Upper Reservoir (This link will open in a new window)901 s (This link will open in a new window)902 s
2. Valve House (1931) of the Aberdeen Upper Reservoir (This link will open in a new window)903 s (This link will open in a new window)904 s
3. Bridge (1931) of the Aberdeen Upper Reservoir (This link will open in a new window)905 s (This link will open in a new window)906 s
4. Dam (1932) of the Aberdeen Lower Reservoir (This link will open in a new window)907 s (This link will open in a new window)908 s
 
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Tai Tam Waterworks
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