Barbados is littered with derelict remains of the many sugar works that dotted the island when 'sugar was king'. Forward to modern times, and we're abandoning buses, cars and anything else unwanted or unfixable...
Why do we vandalize the abandoned and unwanted? Barbados.
Old water pumping station built of coral stone, Barbados.
Old water pumping equipment, Barbados.
Abandoned wooden fishing Boat, Tent bay, Barbados.
Storm-tossed and beaten. Burke's Beach, Barbados.
Old fishing net? Harrismith, Barbados.
Nature always takes over, Barbados.
Rust never sleeps, Barbados.
Decay is sad to see, Barbados.
Could carry a lot of rum punch in that, Barbados.
Old smokey(stack). Bath, Barbados.
Driftwood bench, Cattlewash, Barbados.
Abandoned construction project, Barbados.
I can almost see them walking, swinging their orange legs to a Pink Floyd soundtrack, Barbados.
Barbados was once dotted with private sugar mills, as each estate. large and small, ground their own cane. Now few of these mill walls remain, Barbados.
Abandoned machinery abounds, Barbados.
Nature reclaiming the coral, Barbados.
Broken up, Barbados.
North Point Surf Resort, Barbados.
St. Andrews Church, Barbados. Stuck my lens through the door to get a photo. Too dangerous to enter as the structure is failing.
External view of St Andrews Church with the large cracks evident, Barbados.