Smaller Shipyards in Hong Kong during the Japanese Occupation 1942-1945

The information about these shipyards comes mainly from extracts from British Army Aid Group (BAAG) Intelligence Summaries kindly sent by Elizabeth Ride.

Aberdeen Dock (Lamma Shipyard)
See: Aberdeen Dock (Lamma Shipyard) during the Japanese occupation 1942-1945

Ah King´s Shipyard.
See: Ah King’s Shipyard during the Japanese occupation 1942-1945 plus possible photo 1937

The image below, courtesy of gwulo.com may show Ah King’s shipyard on the extreme right and was taken shortly after the 1937 typhoon.
Further details about the photo can be seen at http://gwulo.com/atom/17564

Ah Kings shipyard, from Gwulo

Hip Tung Wo Shipyard. (Hip Tung Wo Engineering Works)
See: Hip Tung Wo Engineering Works during the Japanese occupation

Kwong Hip Lung Shipyard (Dainichi Shipyard).
See: Kwong Hip Lung Shipyard (Dainichi Shipyard during the Japanese occupation)

Ngauchiwan/Fukui Shipyard.
See: Ngauchiwan / Fukui Shipyard during the Japanese Occupation, 1942-1945

Ngautaukok Shipyard.
See: Ngautaukok Shipyard during the Japanese Occupation, 1942-1945

Tsunan Shipyard.
See: Tsunan Shipyard during the Japanese Occupation, 1942-1945

Tung Tai Shipbuilding Yard.
See: Tung Tai Shipbuilding Yard during the Japanese occupation 1942-1945

Wing On Shing Shipyard.
See: Wing On Shing Shipyard during the Japanese occupation 1942-1945

Further information:

  1. For general information about the Elizabeth Ride collection, her father Sir Lindsay Ride, and the British Army Aid group during WW2 a very useful introduction is through http://gwulo.com/node/13968
  2. The BAAG papers are kept at the  Hong Kong Heritage Project https://www.hongkongheritage.org/Pages/FindingAids/LibraryCollection/Elizabeth_M_Ride_Collection.aspx

The Index contains many articles showing BAAG articles about Hong Kong during the Japanese occupation.

Related Indhhk articles:

  1. Kowloon (HK & Whampoa) Dockyards during the Occupation 1942-45 
  2. Taikoo Dockyard during the Occupation 1942-1945 

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