These are old restored postcards and photos of various points of interest on North Eleuthera Island and Spanish Wells in the Bahamas.
A few notes of interest: Spanish Wells is known for its commercial fishing fleet and has the most per capita income of any island in the Bahamas. The Current Club Resort in Current Settlement is gone, destroyed by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Remnants of the marina still remain. Gregory Town is home to Eleuthera's annual Pineapple Festival every June. The Hatchet Bay Caves, just north of Hatchet Bay, make up the most exensive cave structure on Eleuthera.
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