Pamela's wall route home. This is a great image, revealing so much. A postcard dating from earlier in the century, showing part of the Tartar Wall. The photographer stood on the Hatamen Gate (now demolished), with the Legation Quarter behind them. To the east, in the distance, is the 'Fox Tower'. Pamela's probable route would have taken her down the rough track to the left toward her home at 1 K'uei Chia Ch'ang (not discernible in the image) where she lived with her adoptive father, E.T.C. Werner. Her body was found hard-beside the wall, opposite the second compound seen on the left (in the middle distance), about half way to the far tower.
Right. Without recourse to a drone, it's not possible to replicate the old postcard image. Instead, here is a view of the Tartar Wall looking west toward where the Hatamen Gate once stood (this time the 'Fox Tower' is behind the camera). The wall top is closed to the public. A path can be seen to right, also closed. Coming to a dead-end, it passes the spot where Pamela's body was found.
Left. Part of the same scene today. This time looking west back toward where the Hatamen Gate once stood (the tower block in the middle sits close to its former location). To the right can be seen the modern rail station. Despite the new development, the waste-ground area looks in many ways similar to the that of the postcard. The Tartar Wall has lost some if its height, and indeed has been dismantled entirely a little way beyond the trees.