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- Tags: Morant Bay (St. Thomas, Jamaica)
"Dog alone: Where have all the people gone? This little dog seems to say as he surveys abandoned dwellings in Bamboo River District in Morant Bay yesterday. Occupants of over 200 houses had to be evacuated as their homes were flooded by heavy rain."
Cenotaph erected before the Morant Bay Courthouse in St. Thomas, to commemorate the lives of those from the parish who died in the First World War.
The courthouse and a statue of Paul Bogle located in the Morant Bay square, St. Thomas. A few persons are gathered at the front of the building. A goat is also seen in the foreground walking across the road.
Rozelle Falls beside the A4 road, St. Thomas. This little waterfall provides a convenient shower for bathers using the beach across the road.
Skeletons believed to be that of martyrs of the Morant Bay uprising, excavated in 1965 by archaeologist, Ray Fremmer.
"Health hazard - Brown's Gully in Morant Bay has stagnant water and heavy morass all year round except when there's a down-pour of rain to flush the gully. It is one of the many breeding grounds for mosquitoes and ring-worms. In addition, residents…
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.…