The barracks is now a government trades union building, but the original stone gate still exists. A junior school now occupies the site of the club opposite.
The black line shows Pamela's most direct cycle-route home to 1 Kuei Chia Ch'ang, about a mile to the East.
X marks the spot where Pamela's body was found the next morning. It represents an approximation, but it is probably accurate to within fifty meters. The square buttresses (large and small) on the south side of the wall help identify the stretch on maps and satellite images today.
A modern rail station has replaced the Methodist compound and parts of Kuei Chia Ch'ang, but it is nonetheless possible to walk to the crime scene itself (see photographs on earlier blog page).
The map image illustrates how the location of the crime scene was very much on Pamela's direct route home. A Death in Peking explains the significance.