Here's a picture of the FMSR Locomotiv Class G. The locomotive was built by R. Stephenson. It was placed in Perak Railway with the name FMSR 47 in July 1901. [...]
No, we're not 'collecting' on behalf of LAP (Lembaga Air Perak). Instead, we're featuring a Then & Now comparison of two water bills; on the left is a bill from [...]
Yes, folks. This is Ipoh back in the early 1990s. Compared to the skyline of today, not many tall buildings were around back then.
When was the last time you saw / or even used this?
This is an aerial view of Market Street. No, not Market Street in Ipoh...rather this is Market Street in Teluk Intan :) This is a view from the famous water tower.
Ever wondered what happened to the building that housed the first Post & Telegraph office back in 1883? Yes, I'm talking about that building in Jalan Stesen, Taiping. Well, it [...]
Did it always come in 32 lb cylinders? How much did they cost? Was it delivered to your house, or did you have to get it from a supplier?
As a follow up to our previous blog post, we'd like to share something Ipoh Remembered sent us. This is a Cadbury advertisement printed in 1919!
Yes, this is indeed a Cadbury tin. Have you seen it before? If you have, do you remember how much these chocolates cost back then?
This coach was said to have ferried passengers between Taiping and Padang Rengas before the completion of the railway. And yes, this is a Kaulfuss postcard :)
Could this have been a branch of Cold Storage? Or, perhaps Cold Storage's competitor? We don't know, so we're hoping someone out there could help us out. Our anonymous donor [...]
I was. What about YOU?
According to the article, many of the wooden houses in Greentown would have to make way for development. About 16 houses would be demolished and the area would then house [...]
Following your enthusiastic comments on an old blog post, we decided to put up something else from the Triumph Owners Club (Perak) Magazine. These are from the Driving Tests at [...]