Scroll down for photos of historical Georgetown; or simply watch this gorgeous slide show in full screen, which will take you right there.
In The Secret Life of Winnie Cox and The Small Fortune of Dorothea Q, this is how Georgetown would have appeared. No wonder they called it the Garden City; it was the most beautiful capital in the West Indies.
|The Park Hotel, where Winnie's family stays when they are in Georgetown -- and hey! Surely that's Archie Cox's car!? Is Winnie looking out the window, trying to spot George?|
|Main Street -- where Winnie and George meet again!|
|Corner of High and Church Streets|
|Croal Street, South Road. Clean and quiet!|
|Sea Wall: The Promenade. How well-dressed everyone was!|
|Victoria Law Courts... This is where they hold the court case in Winnie's story.|
|Public Buildings -- Now Parliament Building|
GEORGETOWN CLUB AND ASSEMBLY ROOMS-LOST IN THE GREAT FIRE OF 1945
The Assembly Rooms was owned by the Georgetown club, had a good stage and was admirably adapted to dramatic and musical entertainments.
|Royal Bank of Canada|
|Fire! Always a danger in a city of wood.|
The slide show again, in case you missed it the first time around: