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The Valley, Anguilla: the Old Factory - former cotton ginning industry - Old Factory Plaza - Carter Ray Boulevard, Government Corner - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: the Old Factory - former cotton ginning industry - Old Factory Plaza - Carter Ray Boulevard, Government Corner The Valley, Anguilla: orange cottage with zinc roof - Carribbean dwelling, Anguillean charm - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: orange cottage with zinc roof - Carribbean dwelling, Anguillean charm


The Valley, Anguilla: the old St. Gerard's Catholic Church - fašade of pebbles and stones - Carter Ray Boulevard - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: the old St. Gerard's Catholic Church - façade of pebbles and stones - Carter Ray Boulevard The Valley, Anguilla: the new St. Gerard's Roman Catholic Church, with a fašade like 3 boats, mimics the old church - Carter Ray Boulevard - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: the new St. Gerard's Roman Catholic Church, with a façade like 3 boats, mimics the old church - Carter Ray Boulevard
The Valley, Anguilla: General Post Office - Carter Ray Boulevard - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: General Post Office - Carter Ray Boulevard The Valley, Anguilla: ruins of the Old Court House and jail, torn apart by Hurricane Alice in 1955 - Crocus Hill, the island's highest point - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: ruins of the Old Court House and jail, torn apart by Hurricane Alice in 1955 - Crocus Hill, the island's highest point
The Valley, Anguilla: Wallblake House, a cotton plantation house built in 1787 by built by Valentine Blake, now the rectory the Catholic Church - colonial architecture - Carter Ray Boulevard - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: Wallblake House, a cotton plantation house built in 1787 by built by Valentine Blake, now the rectory the Catholic Church - colonial architecture - Carter Ray Boulevard The Valley, Anguilla: Caribbean architecture - eaves and window - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: Caribbean architecture - eaves and window
The Valley, Anguilla: tower of Wallblake Airport - AXA - Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport, named after Anguilla's foremost aviation pioneer - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: tower of Wallblake Airport - AXA - Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport, named after Anguilla's foremost aviation pioneer The Valley, Anguilla: Anglican Episcopal Parish Church of St. Mary's  - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: Anglican Episcopal Parish Church of St. Mary's
The Valley, Anguilla: Ebenezer Methodist Church - windows - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: Ebenezer Methodist Church - windows The Valley, Anguilla: Ebenezer Methodist Church - bell tower - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: Ebenezer Methodist Church - bell tower
The Valley, Anguilla: old wooden building with shingles - former primary school - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: old wooden building with shingles - former primary school The Valley, Anguilla: Ebenezer Methodist Church - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: Ebenezer Methodist Church
The Valley, Anguilla: old house with cistern - white-washed building with red roof - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: old house with cistern - white-washed building with red roof The Valley, Anguilla: the Roti Hut - Caribbean style restaurant, serving Creole roti and a mean BBQ of ribs - photo by M.Torres The Valley, Anguilla: the Roti Hut - Caribbean style restaurant, serving Creole roti and a mean BBQ of ribs
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