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Central Police Station Compound (10 Hollywood Road, Central)

The oldest structure within the compound is a barrack block built in 1864. It is a three-storey building constructed adjacent to Victoria Prison. A storey was later added to the block in 1905. In 1919, Headquarters Block facing Hollywood Road was constructed. Subsequently in 1925, the two-storey Stable Block was constructed at the north-west end of the parade ground and later used as an armoury.The Police Station together with the former Central Magistracy and Victoria Prison form a group of historical architecture representing law and order in Hong Kong.

Introduction to the Central Police Station Compound

Central Police Station Compound

 

Address

10 Hollywood Road, Central (Plan)

 

Transport

MTR
Central Station


The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant organizations.

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