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This 18th Century Georgian façade survived the fire of 1925 which destroyed most of the building.
This landform is the result of a huge landslide triggered by the 1682 Port Royal Earthquake.
The cast iron structure was manufactured in Rotherham, Yorkshire, and erected over the Rio Cobre in 1801.
"The boy and his kite: Clive explains how he puts his kite together while his little sister Carmeta looks on attentively."