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Named by George Henry Brown, an Englishman who came to Singapore in the 1840s. Brown also built a house on the hill to serve as his residence, which is also known as Brown's Hill (or Bukit Brown). Part of the estate was later used as a Chinese cemetery.
In the 1920s, the land was acquired by the colonial government for the purpose of providing living quarters for government officers. The Police Depot on Thomson Road was opened in 1929.
Throughout the estate, one can find landmarks such as the Senior Police Officers' Mess dating back to the 1930s, the Mount Pleasant Lodge (believed to be one of the oldest houses dating back to the late 19th century), the Singapore Polo Club and Masjid Omar Salmah built in 1973, along Jalan Mashhor.
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.
Update for COVID-19 CIRCUIT BREAKER PERIOD
We are offering door-to-door delivery at $5.00 (or FREE with $80 spent in a single order).
Please factor in some time for deliveries as they are all handled by a few of our re-deployed staff during this time
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