We thought about sharing this classic with you - Bet some of you didn't know what a sluice box was (or looked like)! Well, here's a picture taken from one [...]
Is it a stadium a school field or a swimming pool? You tell us please.
Once again, we're stumped with this 1980s picture. Do the houses look familiar to you? Could it be part of the new villages? Could it be the other side of [...]
Could this be part of the Perak Chinese Amateur Dramatists Association (PCADA) building? To what we know, the top floor of the building used to be a hall. With that [...]
Remember these buses? Wonder what's become of them. What drew my attention were the unique signal lights - notice the left and right arrows below the windshield! I've not come [...]
In the background is none other than the Fraser & Neave Ltd Aerated Water building. At the bottom right, there are railway tracks leading towards the F&N building. We don't [...]
We're pleased to announce that today's blog is part of a contest! Yes, folks.....all you have to do is guess WHO this lovely lady is. This contest will run for [...]
Nicholas Jennings sent us this 1962 picture of a random street scene in Ipoh. From what we managed to find out, the sign at the top of the three-storey building [...]
Does anyone recognise the model of the camera? How about the building in the background? If you are one of the kids in the background, we'd like to hear from [...]
Anyone know who's the pretty lady in the picture? I'm guessing she's a contestant from a beauty contest (note the sash) and perhaps this was one of those promotional photo [...]
According to this 1950s advertisement, this business operated at No.126, Belfield Street, Ipoh. Does anyone remember Fook Heng Rubber Works?
We were told that this is part of Greentown. But where exactly is it? Is this building still there...or is it gone?
We've had quite a few readers on the blog talking about this school, hence today's blog post. This picture is from Nicholas Jennings' sister; and according to Nicholas, this building [...]
This came to us via Ruth Rollitt - showing what we believe to be the living quarters for the staff who worked at the Geological Museum along Tiger Lane. The [...]