Chamberlain Bridge, Barbados
The Chamberlain Bridge or Swing Bridge is located in the heart of Bridgetown, Barbados. The bridge is named after Joseph Chamberlain, the British Secretary of State for the Colonies, and it allows entrance into the inner basin from the outer basin of the Careenage. The postcard depicts a side view of the Chamberlain Bridge, where boats can be seen docked in the water while people, and horses and carriages are seen crossing the bridge. Additionally, buildings can be seen in the background of this postcard. Lots of fishing boats moored dockside, people crossing the bridge, horses and carriages as well. Information and Notes on the back of Photo: Barbados Post office stamp and a Barbados One penny stamp Handwritten at the back of the Postcard: W W Grohane C/o Jno Classen Pleasanton JHD Rd no 2 Kansas U.S.A http://barbados.org/ http://www.gobarbados.org/
Landscape, black & white, 4 x 6 in.
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Ships, Boats, Horses, People, Buildings, Bridge