Time Out says
Head back in time with a visit to the Old Yau Ma Tei Police Station. The Neoclassical building is a prime example of Edwardian and Victorian style architecture in Hong Kong. Built in 1922, the three-storey structure is uniquely V-shaped where the main entrance is set in an indented corner. While the station officially closed in 2016 – with a new station on Yau Cheung Road – a slice of old Hong Kong remains and the grey-blue brick walls make for a great photoshoot background.