Jamae Mosque & South Bridge Road

  • Jamae Mosque & South Bridge Road
Jamae Mosque & South Bridge Road
S$ 100.00
Item Code : L0518RM
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Artist/Cartographer: G R Lambert
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In this view looking down South Bridge Road, it is Jamae Mosque, not a Hindu Temple that dominates the view on the left. This no doubt gave the adjacent Mosque Street its name. Jamae Mosque has occupied this site since 1826-27, and in its present form since 1830- 1835. South bridge Road was laid out in 1833 by convict labour. The bridge it refers to is Thomson's Bridge, which was replaced by Elgin Bridge in 1925. This view was taken after the introduction of the electric trams which operated here between 1905 and 1927.

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