Browse Items (199 total) Collection: Kingston, Jamaica Browse All Browse by Tag Search Items Browse References of 20 Next Page Sort by: TitleCreatorDate Added Kingston - King Street looking north Commercial buildings along King Street. Several horse-drawn carriages are seen. To the right is the Bee Hive store at the corner of King and Harbour Streets. Tags: Carriages and carts; Commercial buildings - Kingston; King Street (Kingston, Jamaica); Kingston; Street-railroads Street scenes in Kingston: Orange Street (outside the market) Tramcar in front of the Jubilee Market on Orange Street in Kingston, Jamaica. Pedestrians are walking along the street and on sidewalks. Street scenes in Kingston: King Street Scene on a section of King Street, Kingston, Jamaica -man driving horse-drawn cart, people walking along the street, buildings along the roadway. General Post Office Kingston, Jamaica A drawing of the General Post Office, Kingston, Jamaica, done by Geo Duff, son-in-law of Mr. Brymer, the first Postmaster for Jamaica. Myrtle Bank Hotel A drawing of the Myrtle Bank Hotel done by E. Gross. City of Kingston, from the commercial rooms Print depicting the city of Kingston, Jamaica. Air Jamaica Building View of the Air Jamaica, Bank of Jamaica and other buildings as seen from the roof of the National Library of Jamaica at 12 East Street, Kingston. Bank of Jamaica Jamaica's central bank, the Bank of Jamaica, located at Nethersole Place in Kingston, Jamaica. Washington Boulevard Busy intersection along Washington Boulevard, Kingston. Fort Rocky, Port Royal Ruins of Fort Rocky, one of the forts in Port Royal that was built during World War II in an effort to prevent invasion from the Germans on the island. of 20 Next Page Featured Item Entrance to the Constant Spring Market Constant Spring Market along Constant Spring Road.