Warwick to Somerset
Leaving Warwick the railway travelled into Southampton parish, Bermuda’s agricultural centre, where a government packing shed at Evans Bay dispatched produce by rail to Hamilton docks. At Bridge Hill a high bridge carried the railway onto Somerset Island, the line continuing on to the railway’s western terminus at Somerset village.
- Evans Bay stationThe overgrown nature of both track and platform leads one to think that the railway was now closed, or very shortly would be. See this location today
- Somerset railway bridgeThe high bridge at Somerset carried the Bermuda Railway tracks from the main island to Somerset island. The bridge piers remain today. See this location today
- Chief Engineer Harold KitchenHarold Kitchen (right), Bermuda Railway chief engineer, sitting on a speeder at Somerset Bridge station. See this location today
- Railway cutting and footbridgeThe railway line passing through a steep cutting, a footbridge crossing above. See this location today
- Somerset railway terminusThe freight shed is on the left and the passenger platform is just visible on the right. See this location today