bauzeitgeist: Plymouth, Montserrat, covered in ash after the 1998 volcano.
“Phone box buried under volcanic ash, Montserrat, West Indies.
A traditional British phone booth lies half buried in volcanic ash in the deserted town of Plymouth, on March Winds whip the ash into the air, making breathing difficult without a mask.
This is the Caribbean island of Montseratt in the West Indies. In the century, Britain colonized the island and held on to it ever since. But the British didn’t consider the consequences of building their paradise around a volcano
Montserrat after the 1995 eruption of the Soufriere Hills volcano that leveled the capitol city of Plymouth
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