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Duxton Hill got its name from one of the two dwelling houses built by Hugh Syme to house William Montgomorie and his family who owns a plantation that encompasses the area of Duxton Hill, in the mid 19th century. Duxton Road connects Neil Road with Craig Road.
Looking at the images from the 1980s, Duxton Road used to have festive processions organized by the Ling Hoon Ding (凌雲殿) . The temple has since moved to Geylang Lorong 27A.
I cycled here recently and remembered this area for a project during university and the cafes that my friends and I used to go such as @flor_patisserie and @grouptherapycafe .There is a also a bookshop named @litteredwithbooks along Duxton Road.
The illustration depicts the Duxton Hill Road which leads down to Tanjong Pagar Road where Flor Patisserie is. The carpark on the right as well as the road connecting Tanjong Pagar Road and Duxton Road used to be shophouses. - Lee Xin Li
A3 print: 29.7cm (H) x 42cm (W)
Frame: 42.3cm (H) x 52.2cm (W)
Printed on archival paper
Each print is individually autographed by the artist.
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