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tawel:
aku terjumpa gamba2 KL masa zama dulu...aku cakap korang gamba2 ni memang otai habis..dan sangat nostalgic.

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Robinson's Shopping Centre in Mountbatten Road, which was once the main street of Kuala Lumpur.
It is now renamed Jalan Tun Perak, and is the site of a major LTR Interchange.
Malaysia. c.1970

No. 6 was Economy Printers, and then Ubaidulla & Co.
No. 8 was the Philips showrooms.
No. 20-22 was Storch Bros.
No. 24-26 Was Williams & Co. (Music Store) on the ground floor, and Eastern Photographers on the 1st floor.
No. 28 was Chic Ladies clothes.
No. 42 has the large round advertising sign "OUB" - (Overseas Union Bank)

tawel:



--- Quote ---Masjid Jame (or Stripped Mosque) in Jalan Tun Perak. Built in a Moorish style.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
c.1970
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--- Quote ---Sultan Abdul Samad Building, which began life a century ago as the Colonial Secretariat Building.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
c.1970
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budak belengging tu sekarang umur dah 40 tahun...sapa agaknya kan?

tawel:



--- Quote ---Panorama of the Railway Station and Railway Administration buildings in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia.
c.1970
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logorithm:
A transformation of KL from 1970 to present viewed through the Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad:

1.  Circa 1970 - no highrise in the background
2.  Circa 1980 - some highrise in the background; Wisma Lee Rubber under construction
3.  2006 - Lotsa new highrise + KL Tower in the backgroud; Wisma Lee Rubber undergoing a facelift
4.  2008 - A new, modern outlook of Wisma Lee Rubber

logorithm:
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