About This File
This clock tower, one of Hong Kong's most famous landmarks, marks the site of the old Kowloon-Canton Railway terminus, where people once boarded a train for the world's longest overland journey (between Hong Kong and London). When the old railway station was demolished in 1978, the public outcry was so great that the station's clock tower was left alone. Since then, it has become the centerpiece of a public square popular for events such as watching fireworks and New Year's Eve celebrations.
Though it goes under parks and recreation, the clock tower is a pseudo-landmark, so it costs 3500 SL to plop and 100 SL to maintain... that's not very expensive considering that the plop cost of Big Ben is 75000 SL!
This is my first BAT-created building, I hope you enjoy it!