Resource of Bermuda's Documented Past
Bermuda Railway Gallery
Movies Featuring Bermuda
Life in Bermuda Gallery
With thanks to Bermuda Supply
[before 1835] Map of Bermuda, harbour 'filled with rocks'
Sketches of Bermuda By Susette Harriet Lloyd.
London, James Cochrane & Co., MDCCCXXXV (1835).
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 Hotel development advertised (New York Tribune)
Bermuda continued its growth as a tourist destination. Here the island is promoted as a recreational resort and its hotels are advertised i...
 The Royal Gazette (founded 1828)
The Royal Gazette, founded in 1828, Bermuda's only daily newspaper. See below archived copy of the paper from 1924 (courtesy Digital Lib...
[c.1941] Bermuda House of Assembly
From LIFE magazine August 18th, 1941 View the full Magazine and the article: Old Bermuda
[c. 1900] Bermuda Stone
The predominance of stone as a building material came about early in Bermuda's history. The first settlers built using the native a...
 Socialite Vincent Astor's private railway at Ferry Reach
Though he had homes in New York, Newport, and Rhinebeck, N.Y., Vincent Astor's favourite house was "Ferry Reach" in Bermu...
 Bermuda one penny postage stamp
Compare with the Penny Black, the world's first postage stamp (1840).
[1939-45] RAF Darrell's Island
Flying boats of RAF Transport (the two PB2Y Coronado aircraft) and Ferry Commands on the tarmac at RAF Darrell's Island during the ...