History of TNT articles by Angelo Bissessarsingh

History of TNT articles by Angelo Bissessarsingh

The Red House...It was used for parliament and elections up until 2012  and is currently being restored.

The Red House...It was used for parliament and elections up until 2012 and is currently being restored.

Magnificent Seven, Hayes Court The plan to build a house for the Anglican Bishop was conceived in 1904 by Mr. Protheroe.  In 1908, an anonymous gift of the site by two gentleman enabled construction to begin.  Hayes Court was completed by the firm of Taylor & Gillies in 1910. Hayes Court was named after Bishop Thomas Hayes, although he died in 1904 before the completion of the building. Hayes Courts' first occupant was the third Bishop of Trinidad, the Right Reverend John Francis Welsh.

Magnificent Seven, Hayes Court The plan to build a house for the Anglican Bishop was conceived in 1904 by Mr. Protheroe. In 1908, an anonymous gift of the site by two gentleman enabled construction to begin. Hayes Court was completed by the firm of Taylor & Gillies in 1910. Hayes Court was named after Bishop Thomas Hayes, although he died in 1904 before the completion of the building. Hayes Courts' first occupant was the third Bishop of Trinidad, the Right Reverend John Francis Welsh.

Trinidad And Tobago,90th Birthday,Birthday Ideas,Island Life,Caribbean,Carnival

Trivolli cinema    TIVOLI CINEMA , CEDROS    On Thursday February 2nd 1911, Trinidadians got their first taste of the new-fangled technology of moving pictures. The London Electric Theatre was constructed at the corner of Baden Powell St. and French St. in Woodbrook. Built by Marcus and Reginal Davis, the opening was eagerly anticipated as crowds braved a rainy evening to see the first show , entitled “The World Before Your Eyes”

Trivolli cinema TIVOLI CINEMA , CEDROS On Thursday February 2nd 1911, Trinidadians got their first taste of the new-fangled technology of moving pictures. The London Electric Theatre was constructed at the corner of Baden Powell St. and French St. in Woodbrook. Built by Marcus and Reginal Davis, the opening was eagerly anticipated as crowds braved a rainy evening to see the first show , entitled “The World Before Your Eyes”

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