The Swiss Rifle Shooting Club, Woodlands Train Station and Johor by C.J. Kleingrothe

The Swiss Rifle Shooting Club (now known as the Swiss Club) was established in 1871. It moved to its current location in the 1920s. The construction of the Singapore-Johor railway began in 1900, which led to the opening of the Singapore-Kranji railway line in 1903. Several extensions were built in the following years, including the Woodlands line/terminal, where passengers going to Johor could alight at the terminal and travel to Johor by boat (from the Woodlands jetty). Johor is located at the southernmost tip of Malaysia. The Singapore-Johor Causeway was later built to link both territories together. It was officially opened in June 1924.