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Port of Spain, Trinidad, W.I. - Trinidad Hilton
(Syncreators Ltd., 2010-07-06)
Description printed on the back of the postcard: "The Carribbean’s [sic] newest luxury hotel where guests descend from the grand lobby to their rooms with their private balcony overlooking Port-of-Spain and the sea. ...
An Indian Sadoo, Trinidad, B.W.I.
Here is a photograph of an East Indian pundit in traditional wear, standing barefooted by the road-side. Behind him are the tall leaves of the sugar cane grass.
Cutting logs in the forest, Trinidad
(Davidson and Todd Ltd., Port of Spain, Trinidad, 2009-02-05)
Men cutting timber in the forest.
Storage of sugarcane
Sugar cane storage at Ste Madeleine Factory.
Queen's Park West,Trinidad, B.W.I.
A view of some of the homes which were located around the Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I.
Victoria Institute, Trinidad
(Davidson and Todd Ltd., Trinidad, 2010-07-06)
The postcard shows the Victoria Institute which built to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen’s Victoria’s reign. Fire gutted the building in 1920s and it was rebuilt in 1923, but renamed the National Museum and Art ...
Coolie Market Place, Trinidad, B.W.I.
(Stephens Ltd., Trinidad, [Printed in Germany], 2009-02-09)
East Indian vendors sitting on the sidewalk selling their vegetable produce.
Memorial Park, Trinidad, B.W.I.
(Art Photo Studio, Trinidad, 2010-02-23)
A bright scarlet and a yellow ornamental flowering tree welcome you to War Memorial Park which is known to most as Memorial Park. At the end of the long straight path is the cenotaph. This impressive monument was placed ...
Coco-nut [sic] Palms, Mayaro Beach, Trinidad
A picture of a man standing on a beach lined with coconut trees, waves breaking in the background. The description on the back of the postcard reads "This typical picture of the wind swept east coast of Trinidad is not ...
Hart's Cut, Trinidad, B.W.I. - No. 29
A few observers are standing on the bank of this coconut tree and plants bordered channel, looking on at the occupants of a small sail-boat moored to its sides.