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Damage to brick wall

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Bricks from a damaged wall arranged on the floor.

Damage to frame building

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A wooden-frame building without walls. In the background, is the Kingston Parish Church with a damaged clocktower.

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.

Destruction at epicentre

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Destruction at epicentre of the 1907 earthquake at the corner of Harbour and East Streets, Kingston.

Destruction, Gothic English Cathedral

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Damaged brick walls at the Cathedral in Kingston. A sign advertising a lawn party at the Myrtle Bank Hotel is hanging on the cathedral's ruined staircase.

Submergence

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Prince George Battery, Port Royal, submerged by earthquake in 1907.

Subsidence

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Land sinking at a section of Port Royal after earthquake in 1907.

Wesleyan Chapel

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Wreckage at the Wesleyan Chapel (looking west) in Kingston, showing damage to both gables. Two men are standing in the foreground.