University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: BS-s23. Copyrighted image reproduced here with the permission of Teesside Archives. Teesside Archives (Exchange Square, Middlesbrough TS1 1DB, United Kingdom) own the original image. British Steel Archive Project (British Steel Collection) reference number 2446. Crown Agents for the Colonies - Kaitak Aerodrome (later Hong Kong airport) - Reg'n 4959. View in Bridge Yard and Construction Yard, Middlesbrough, England, of the assembled building frame, which was then taken apart and shipped to Hong Kong. Makers: Dorman, Long and Co. Ltd., Middlesbrough. Photograph by M. Wright, Middlesbrough. This was the first steel hangar to be built at Kai Tak Airport. It was later recycled by the Japanese during WW2 and is still standing today: https://gwulo.com/node/36679.
Steel frame for Kaitak Aerodrome, Hong Kong, 1930