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  • Tags: King Street (Kingston, Jamaica)

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.

A view of King Street

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A busy scene at one of Downtown Kingston's principal streets, King Street.

Harbour Street, Kingston

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A scene at Kingston main roads - Harbour Street and King Street - during colonial times.

Bank of Nova Scotia

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The Bank of Nova Scotia building, located at the corner of King and Tower Streets in Downtown, Kingston.

B.N.S. at night, Kingston, Jamaica

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A night scene along King Street highlighting the Bank of Nova Scotia building. The building is adorned with decorations and lights.

Foot of King St., looking south

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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.

Waterloo House

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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.