Along Hamilton Front Street
As Bermuda’s only city, Hamilton was the centre of the colony’s economic life. The railway tracks ran right along Front Street, where trains could meet arriving tourists and where freight could be transferred from ship to train. The line continued onto East Broadway towards the railway’s Middle Road Yard.
- Par-La-Ville tunnel south portalThe tunnel under Par-La-Ville park was one of two on the railway. The sharp bend in the track was a cause of regular difficulties for cyclists. See this location today
- Bermuda Railway train on Front StreetTrains took up space on Front Street, so you can see why Hamilton Corporation was not always enthusiastic about the railway’s presence. See this location today