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- Tags: King Street (Kingston, Jamaica)
Corner of King and Harbour Streets
A view of the three-storey building known as Waterloo House, located at the corner of King Street [left] and Harbour Street in Downtown Kingston, Jamaica.
King Street looking south
An elevated view of King Street, Kingston, looking towards the Kingston Harbour.
King Street looking south from Parade
King Street looking south, captured from the Victoria Park vicinity. To the left is the Kingston Parish Church building.
Harbour Street looking east
A view of Harbour Street looking east, near the intersection with King Street in Kingston, Jamaica. To the right is the Colonial Bank.
Norman Manley surrounded by a group of youthful demonstrators
Prime Minister Manley surrounded by large crowd of supporters on King Street in Downtown, Kingston.
Corner of Harbour and King Streets
Buildings along King and Harbour Streets in Kingston, Jamaica. Tramcar tracks are seen on the road.
Waterfront at bottom of King Street
A section of the Kingston Waterfront with a view of the Wharf Coaling Station and other buildings along King Street.
Tram car, Kingston, King Street, 1926
A number 42 South Camp Road tramcar, travelling along King Street in Downtown, Kingston.
Commercial building at the corner of King Street and Barry Street in Down Town Kingston.
David Henderson's Corner
A man stands under an umbrella as other men work on clearing the rubble at David Henderson's Corner (corner of King & Harbour Streets).
Church of the Good Shepherd, Constant Spring Road
Along Constant Spring Road in the vicinity of Manor Centre and the historic Anglican church, Church of the Good Shepherd.