Royal Gazette: National Trust completes building series with Southampton Book
The architectural heritage of Southampton has been highlighted in the latest – and final – edition of the Bermuda National Trust’s Architectural Heritage book series.
The series, which started in 1995, took a parish-by-parish look at the island’s buildings and the people who built, lived and worked inside them.
Southampton was written by historian Edward Harris, edited and co-written by Alistair Border and features photographs by Robin Judah and Katie Berry along with plans and historic illustrations.
The book is the tenth edition of the series, sponsored by Bacardi, which now covers all nine parishes and the City of Hamilton.
A BNT spokeswoman said: “In its entirety, it is a fascinating record of Bermuda’s architectural heritage that records the continuous historical process of modification and transformation of Bermuda’s landscape from the time of settlement.