Ocho Rios (inhabited place)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
In 1959, Ocho Rios was the typical rural coastal village. Its natural beauty was yet to be exploited as a tourist attraction, 1959
250 x 200 mm.
250 x 200 mm. The caption reads 'Twenty years later, in 1979, the scene is startlingly different, with several resort complexes and shopping malls on the coastline. Ocho Rios is also a bauxite port and the combined effect of both industries has contributed to the growth of the town as a commercial centre'.
216x133mm. View of the Roaring River Falls at Ocho Rios, St Ann's.
230 x 178 mm. Showing a group of Jamaicans washing in and gathering water from the river. The White River enters the sea on the north coast between Ochos Rios and Oracabossa.