Grenada Carriacou and the Grenadines.
Sugar factory ruin at Grand Bay, old plantation remnants on Carriacou.
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Ruin of the sugar factory in Grand Bay.
Unlike many other ruins on Carriacou, this old sugar factory is not overgrown.
It is clearly visible in the fields surrounding the ruin.
If you are on the east coast of Carriacou you will find quite a lot of remains from colonial times.
At grand bay there are fossil beds and archeological findings of Amerindian civilization on the island.
Foundation of an old cotton gin on Carriacou.
Remains of the battery in Grand Bay.
Tibeau fossil beds at the coastline.
Old burial site at Grand Bay Carriacou.
Finding human remains at Grand Bay.
Archeology at Grand Bay and Jews Bay on Carriacou windward side.
Protected area where the fossil beds are on Carriacou.
The Tibeau well is a bit more north.
The cemetery at Tibeau is slowly disappearing in the ocean.
Mills for the processing of sugar cane.
Below a number of the old mills on Carriacou.
These are now all in disfunction.
None of them have the wings anymore, some are otherwise still in a reasonable condition.
Sugar mill between Meldrum and Belair on Carriacou.
Path through the windmill in Belair.
Belair windmill inside.
Remains of an old windmill in Grand Bay on Carriacou.
Old windmill on Carriacou at Mount Royal.
Mill or storage room ruins between Bogles and Dover.
Grand Bay Cane mill.
Carriacou sugar cane crusher windmill.
Belair Carriacou, windmill for sugar cane.