STOP TWELVE: Kingston Railway Station
Did you know that the historic Jamaica Railway was
the first line opened to traffic outside of Europe and North America?
Constructed in 1845, the Kingston Railway Station was a symbol of the city's economic importance as a centre of trade and provided services islandwide, including to Montego Bay and Port Antonio.
Take a group picture in front of this historic site and tell me the name of another historic Jamaican railway station that you'd visit if you could board a train right now!
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CLUE FOR YOUR FINAL STOP
Your final stop isn't far away. Let's enjoy some cool sea breeze overlooking the seventh-largest natural harbour in the world. Meet me there to (hopefully) secure your prize...