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- Tags: King Street (Kingston, Jamaica)
Prime Minister Manley surrounded by large crowd of supporters on King Street in Downtown, Kingston.
Buildings along King and Harbour Streets in Kingston, Jamaica. Tramcar tracks are seen on the road.
A number 42 South Camp Road tramcar, travelling along King Street in Downtown, Kingston.
A man stands under an umbrella as other men work on clearing the rubble at David Henderson's Corner (corner of King & Harbour Streets).
Wholesale and retail warehouse located on the south-west corner of Harbour and King Street in Kingston, known as Waterloo House. It is lying in ruins following earthquake on January 14, 1907.
Buildings completely damaged by the 1907 earthquake, at the bottom of King Street near the Charles Metcalfe statue. There is a ship at sea behind the statue.
The Phoenix Foundry or 'The Dome' in Falmouth, Trelawny is one of the oldest surviving industrial complexes in Jamaica. It was built by engineer, Mr.…