Unearthed Chinese well in Hong Kong to be disassembled and relocated

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The future To Kwa Wan station, where archaeological remnants have been found. Source: South China Morning Post: 20141206

The ancient Chinese well uncovered during construction of an underground subway system in Hong Kong will be dismantled and moved to a nearby location, it has been decided. The discovery of archaeological remains during the construction of this line has been contentious, pitting heritage advocates against the the construction of the already-delayed line.

The future To Kwa Wan station, where archaeological remnants have been found. Source: South China Morning Post: 20141206

The future To Kwa Wan station, where archaeological remnants have been found. Source: South China Morning Post: 20141206

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