This old bus is beside the Bermuda Garage. I wouldn’t be surprised if buses once stopped in Bermuda. (Private Property)
Opposite the railroad tracks of Bermuda Plantation there are many abandoned houses. (Private Property)
Dry Branch Stream is Bermuda’s water source, for all exclusive purposes. In this photo you can see the train tracks in the distance. (Private Property)
Bermuda was a town built around the railroad, this photo illustrates that. (Private Property)
Bermuda Plantation is a lovely plantation located in the heart of the town. (Private Property, Bermuda Plantation is NOT open for visitors.)
This appears to be the plantation office…
The Bermuda Plantation big house has bee demolished, but you can see the remains to the far left. Also notice the old windmill and water tower.
Here we have the plantation’s sign and barn.
I’m unsure if this garage is currently in use. (Private Property)
My sources list this as the Bermuda Fire Department, but I believe that it’s being used by Bermuda Plantation as a equipment shed. (Private Property)