|The North Point landing ground and the reservoir|
|Pre-war map of Hong Kong Island showing the route taken by Col. Shoji|
|The site of the wartime reservoir|
|Braemar Hill Reservoir (Source: Flickr.com)|
|Plane crash on hillside above the reservoir (Source: Wikiswire.com)|
The photo below shows the water gate, hidden by the foliage, and bearing the date 1894 on ramparts to the north of the reservoir site.
|The Water Gate showing the date 1894 in Choi Sai Woo Park|
|Choi Sai Woo Park with its hidden history.|
|On a bolder strewn hillock near Sir Cecil's Ride looking don onto North Point|
In the next photo I have turned round 180 degrees to look at the direction taken by the Japanese Army. They headed south along the Ride towards Jardines Lookout which can be seen in the centre of the photo. They headed off at around 0200 to 0300 hours. When they got to the base of the north face of Jardines Lookout they sent one of two infantry companies up to the summit from different directions whilst the main bulk continued anti-clockwise around Jardines Lookout reaching Wong Nai Chung Gap (WNC Gap) just before dawn on Friday 19th December 1941.
|The route taken by 230th Infantry Regiment towards Jardines Lookout and WNC Gap|
|The view from Sir Cecil's Ride near North Point looking west|
|Sir Cecil's Ride|
|The north face of Jardines Lookout from Sir Cecil's Ride|