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- Tags: Sugar plantations - Jamaica
The Bluefields Great House, occupied by naturalist Philip Henry Gosse for a period of eighteen months between 1844 to 1845, while carrying out his research on Westmoreland. It was once a sugar estate.
The great house on the old Bluefields sugar estate in Westmoreland. There is a cannon in the front yard near the staircase.
Large palm trees leading to a sugar planter's dwelling at the Serge Island Estate in St. Thomas, Jamaica.
View of a small section of the canal at Rio Cobre. The canal is surrounded by lush vegetation. Also seen is a small structure with a thatched roof.