Today, if you want to know the schedule at your local cinema all you need is the Internet ;) Yes, everything is available online now - you can even buy [...]
This particular enamel sign was likely hung in the premises of a 'Rubber Dealer', anyone remember any rubber dealers that were in town?
PS: Those of you heading back to your home town, drive safely...
courtesy of Mohamad Sharizan Here's a question for our Teluk Anson readers: Do you remember when these trucks were first used? For those of you who didn't know, [...]
click to enlarge We thank Ruth Rollitt for this 1957 photograph. The lady in the trishaw is Mrs Iversen - yes, the same Iversen who built a number of [...]
Special thanks to Oon Eng Hock (and SK) for sharing the above photograph with us. Anderson Alumni might remember this special day...when the then Education Minister - En Mohd Khir [...]
Who needs an aircond when you have your own personal fan?! But since Ipoh has been 'Crazy Hot' for the past couple of months, I take that back. Hehe... These are [...]
courtesy of Mohamad Sharizan Here's something cute for you, hope it chases away your Monday blues!
We thank Graham Barton for sharing this picture with us. He was once part of the 12th Infantry Regiment Workshop REME, at Gunung Panjang, Ipoh. Is that a 'Beetle' in [...]
picture by: Alan Steel The Dingo Scout Car was a light armoured car built in Australia during Second World War. They were produced by the Ford motor company during 1942. (read more here) Have any of you [...]
Here's another photograph from Mohamad Sharizan's collection. Do you recognise the building in the background? Where do you think it is...and, is it still there?
Familiar? Yes, we did have a Capitol Cinema in Ipoh once. But not anymore. However, the cinema shown in this picture does not look like the one in Ipoh. But [...]