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Penang Yesterday


(c) Forest Ang

Welcome to Penang as seen through the lens. Many changes can be seen. One hardly be able to recognise many of the pictures. All the notes writtten in this website are EXACTLY as they were depicted at the back of the postcards. Some with typo errors. All postcards are for sale.

Penang
(Showing 6 pictures in one postcard)
Pub. by S.Abdul Majeed & Co

Government Building Penang
(Note: It was the grandest building in Penang during the 60's)
Pub. By S.W.Singapore
New Government Building, Penang
Pub. by A.S.M.K. & Co., P.O.Box No. 2919, Singapore-6 Printed in U.S.A. A.F.No.4
Ayer Itam Village, Penang, Malaysia
Pub. by A.S.M.K. & Co., P.O.Box No. 2919, Singapore-6 Printed in U.S.A. A.F.No.4
Waterfall Reservoir in Botanic Garden, Penang, Malaysia
Pub. by A.S.M.K. & Co., P.O.Box No. 2919, Singapore-6 Printed in U.S.A. A.F.No.4
Penang/Butterworth Ferry, Penang
The ferry service is about to leave from George Town in Penang to Butterworth in the Federation of Malaya.
Printed in U.S.A. Pub by A.S.M.K.& Co. P.O.Box 2919 Singapore-6

Penang Ferry and Waterfront, Penang, Malaysia
Penang Ferry : Ferry boats of the Penang Port Commission ply a 24 hour service between Penang Island and Butterworth on the mainland, conveying cars, vans, lorries, buses and other commuters, across the two-mile wide channel. The upper desk is for foot passengers, and the lower for vehicles. Penang has been described as "Pearl of the Orient" by those who have been charmed by its scenic splendour, its multi-racial and kindly people with their respective exotic customs and cultures, its low-priced shopping and fascinating edfices. Photo : D.Noble, John Hinde Studios
Titi Kerawang, Balik Pucau Penang W.Malaysia
(Note the wrong spelling for PuLau) P.M.S. Mohamed Noordin 16 Beach St.Penang
View of Light Street. Penang
View of Light Street. Penang, showing traffic island with a pinag tree in the centre. (corrected PinaNg) Pub. by P.M.S. Mohamed Noordin, Penang
Bathing beach at Tanjong Bungah Penang
Pub. by P.M.S. Mohamed Noordin, Penang
Gurney Drive, Penang
Pub. by P.M.S. Mohamed Noordin, 16 Beach Street, Penang
Penang Hill Railway, Penang
Penang Hill is situated 2,722 feet above sealevel at its highest point and has been easily accessible by a railway completed in 1923.
Printed in U.S.A. Pub by A.S.M.K.& Co. P.O.Box 2919 Singapore-6

Penang Hill Railway
Picture shows a view from the upper cross section of Hill Railway, Penang Printed in U.S.A. Pub by A.S.M.K.& Co. P.O.Box 2919 Singapore-6
Penang Hill Railway, Penang, Malaysia
Pub. by A.S.M.K. & Co., P.O.Box No. 2919, Singapore-6 Printed in U.S.A. A.F.No.4
Penang Hill Hotel, Penang
One of the best luxury hotels in Penang, situated at the top-most part of Penang Hill.
Printed in U.S.A. Pub. by A.S.M.K. & Co. Singapore-6

Penang Hill, Penang
Penang Hill, Penang, a popular Venue for visitors from far and near.
Pub. by P.M.S. Mohamed Noordin, Penang

Hill Mosque, Penang Hill
Pub. by P.M.S. Mohamed Noordin, Penang
Batu Ferringhi Penang
Pub. by P.M.S. Mohamed Noordin, Penang
Georgetown
A busy spot of Penang taken from a high position. In the centre is Penang Road. Penang
Pub. by P.M.S. Mohamed Noordin, Penang

North Coast Penang, W.Malaysia
Pub. by P.M.S. Mohamed Noordin, Penang
Beach Scene At Tanjong Bungah, Penang
A popular resort for sea bathing Pub. by P.M.S. Mohamed Noordin, Penang
Bukit Dumbar Reservoir, Penang
Pub. by P.M.S. Mohamed Noordin, Penang

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