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Trooping the Colours 1903

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Troops of the West India Regiment Trooping the Colour in 1930 in celebration of the Sovereign's birthday while spectators look on.

Kingston - King Street looking north

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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.

Burned & wrecked district, Kingston

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Workers using mules and carts to help with clearing of bricks and debris after the 1907 earthquake, Kingston.

Debris on Church Street

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Effects of the 1907 earthquake on Church Street, Kingston, showing a sidewalk covered with bricks and debris.

The terminus for Mandeville - Williamsfield station

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Railroad station at Williamsfield in Mandeville, Jamaica, showing horse-drawn carriages and passengers waiting in the terminus.

Street view - Kingston, Jamaica

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People gathered under a large tree in the busy town of Kingston, Jamaica.

Street, Black River

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Persons travelling in a horse-drawn carriage along a street in Black River, St. Elizabeth.

The Kingston rubbish cart "get along Sammy! Deres anoder heap furder-up"

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Drawing of the "Kingston rubbish cart" with a group of men, some smoking tobacco, being pulled along in the horse-drawn cart. One of the men standing by the cart is pointing in the direction of another garbage heap that is further up, and another man…