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    Grose Collection: Views in the Shan States.
  1. Photo 19/2(111)
    Teng ferry, Laihka. 
    Grose, Frank Samuel
    1920s

    Scott Collection: Tribal groups and views in the Shan States.
  2. Photo 92/2(48)
    Ta Mong Kai in Mawkmai. This is one of the four principal ferries on the Nam Teng. In its lower course the river passes through Mawkmai and enters the Salween. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890s

  3. Photo 92/2(61)
    A temporary bridge across a stream: Ko Up, Nam Teng. These bridges are put up speedily and neatly when required but are washed away when the floods come in the rainy season. Note the man in the flopping Shan headgear in the foreground. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890s

    Scott Collection: Views in Keng Tung and Yunnan.
  4. Photo 92/3(14)
    Nam Pang (Nam means river) in the state of Keng Hkam. The river is the principal feature of the state. The view across it is one of the finest in the Shan States. The course is much broken and thickly studded by islands. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890s

  5. Photo 92/3(16)
    Very often a strip of foreshore was the only possible camping ground. The hills rose so steeply from the water that there was no foothold. The current here (Teing) is narrowed in and very rapid, 'one continual rapid with lashers in between'. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890s

    Scott Collection: Views in Keng Tung and the Wild Wa Country.
  6. Photo 92/5(17)
    Bridge Ko Up, Nam Teng. These bridges are quite temporary and are washed away when the flood comes after the rains. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890s

    Scott Collection: Burmese groups and scenes
  7. Photo 92/9(197)
    Waterfall, Nam Teng, Nawng Lao. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1908

  8. Photo 92/9(198)
    Waterfall, Nam Teng, Nawng Lao. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1908

  9. Photo 92/9(205)
    Rapids above waterfall on the Nam Teng. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1908

    Scott Collection: Album 'T', views of Burma, mainly relating to the Burma China Boundary Commission
  10. Photo 92/10(79)
    Ko-Up, Nam Teng. 
    1890

    Scott Collection: Album 'W', Views of Burma.
  11. Photo 92/11(275)
    No. 62, Bridge, Ko Up, Nam Teng. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890

    Views in the Southern Shan States.
  12. Photo 1051/1(25)
    Teng River. 
    Unknown
    c. 1911


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