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Men standing by a section of a railway in Port Royal that has been uprooted from the earth by the 1907 earthquake. in 1907. Fallen buildings and debris can also be seen in the background.
Photograph showing a building with broken windows, cracked walls and other structural damages, from the 1907 earthquake in Port Royal, Kingston.
Photograph of a structure that became partially submerged in the sea after the 1907 earthquake. Two men are standing on the shore and one is sitting on the structure.
A soldier stands on top of the rubble from the "lamp room" building, after it has collapsed after the 1907 earthquake.
A man walking on a partially bent train line after the 1907 earthquake that devastated Kingston and Port Royal. Damaged buildings and debris can be seen in the background.
A soldier and a woman stand by a section of the Chief of Staff's house that has sustained significant damage from the 1907 earthquake. There is a gaping hole where the brick wall and roof have broken down and there is a heap of rubble on the ground.
Damage to the tower of the Kingston Parish Church after the 1907 earthquake.
The historic Morant Bay Courthouse, scene of the 1865 Morant Bay Rebellion. It was partially destroyed by fire in 2007 and the statue of Paul Bogle…