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- Tags: Port Royal (Kingston, Jamaica)
Men standing by a section of a railway in Port Royal that has been uprooted from the earth by the 1907 earthquake. in 1907. Fallen buildings and debris can also be seen in the background.
Photograph showing a building with broken windows, cracked walls and other structural damages, from the 1907 earthquake in Port Royal, Kingston.
Photograph of a structure that became partially submerged in the sea after the 1907 earthquake. Two men are standing on the shore and one is sitting on the structure.
A soldier stands on top of the rubble from the "lamp room" building, after it has collapsed after the 1907 earthquake.
A man walking on a partially bent train line after the 1907 earthquake that devastated Kingston and Port Royal. Damaged buildings and debris can be seen in the background.
A soldier and a woman stand by a section of the Chief of Staff's house that has sustained significant damage from the 1907 earthquake. There is a gaping hole where the brick wall and roof have broken down and there is a heap of rubble on the ground.
Drawing of a map of Jamaica with sketches of Kingston, the Port Royal Harbour, Port Antonio, a Sugar Mill and a flying fish.
Eagle House, also known as John Crow house