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Art at The Tides Restaurant Barbados

Art at The Tides Restaurant Barbados

irish slavery | Welcome To My World: Irish the ‘forgotten white slaves’

White Irish Slaves in the Sugar Plantations of Barbados. None of the Irish victims ever made it back to their homeland to describe their ordeal. These are the lost slaves; the ones that time and biased history books conveniently forgot.

old bathsheba railway-- 1873-1937 The first plans to build a railway in Barbados came about in 1848, Sir Charles Grey the Governor of Barbados at the time was a railway buff himself and had planed to have a railway built between Bridgetown to Speightstown. Work was to beguine before Old Years day 1848 but this never came about.  The dream was dormant but not dead and in 1873 it re-emerged with a new route from Bridgetown to Belleplaine. It is said the original route was abandoned because…

old bathsheba railway-- 1873-1937 The first plans to build a railway in Barbados came about in 1848, Sir Charles Grey the Governor of Barbados at the time was a railway buff himself and had planed to have a railway built between Bridgetown to Speightstown. Work was to beguine before Old Years day 1848 but this never came about. The dream was dormant but not dead and in 1873 it re-emerged with a new route from Bridgetown to Belleplaine. It is said the original route was abandoned because…

Visit #Barbados art galleries to admire the work of talented local artists. Barbadian artists use their work to reflect aspects of local life, culture and heritage. http://www.barbados.org/art/artgall.htm

Discover the artists and art galleries of Barbados - reflecting the lifestyle and history of Barbados through art.

The Barbados Cultural Industries Development Authority #BCIDA will be hosting a (1) one-day workshop entitled “THE CREATIVE FUTURE: #creativeindustries As The New Engine Of Barbadian Prosperity”

The Creative Future Workshop – BCIDA (Barbados)

The Barbados Cultural Industries Development Authority will be hosting a one-day workshop entitled “THE CREATIVE FUTURE: As The New Engine Of Barbadian Prosperity”

Horse-drawn trams transported Bajans from 1885 to 1925

Horse-drawn trams transported Bajans from 1885 to 1925 (c) Allen Morrison

Hunte's Gardens - Barbados, West Indies, #Caribbean Islands

One of Barbados' must-see attractions - lush and unusual garden, located between Welchman Hall Gully and Flower Forest.

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