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  • Collection: Kingston, Jamaica

Jamaica National Heritage Trust (Headquarters House)

The building known as Hibbert or Headquarters House on Duke Street, Kingston, which now houses the head office of the Jamaica National Heritage Trust. Headquarters House was built in 1755 by English merchant, Thomas Hibbert.

George William Gordon House

Gordon House, the official meeting place of the Jamaican Government, located at the intersection of Duke and Beeston Streets in Kingston.

Marcus Garvey Drive Roadworks, 2016

Road construction taking place along the Marcus Garvey thoroughfare in Kingston.

Red Hills Wesleyan Church, Kingston, before the earthquake

Front view of the Wesleyan church in Red Hills before the devastating 1907 earthquake. Three female members of the congregation are standing in the churchyard.

Ebenezer Wesleyan Church Kingston, Jamaica - restored

Exterior of the restored Ebenezer Wesleyan Church in Kingston. It was badly damaged by the earthquake of 1907.

Sutton Wesleyan Church, Kingston, before the earthquake

Interior of the Sutton Wesleyan Church before the 1907 earthquake. There is a spiral staircase leading to the second storey.

Roman Catholic Cathedral, Kingston

The Holy Trinity Cathedral located on North Street, Kingston and built in 1911 to replace the Holy Trinity Church on Duke and Sutton Streets,Kingston, that was destroyed by the 1907 earthquake.

Interior - Coke Memorial Church, Kingston - before earthquake

Photograph showing the inside of the Coke Memorial Methodist Church before the earthquake of 1907.

East Queen Street Baptist Church

Front view of the historic East Queen Street Baptist Church, dedicated in 1822.

Sign at Bog Walk Gorge

A sign on a stone wall at Bog Walk Gorge in St. Catherine showing the flood level on August 16, 1933 after heavy rains. The stone wall was completed in 1874.