For most Barbadians, November is the time of the year for reflection.
It is that time when Independence Day takes on a special meaning and attention is paid to the annual ceremonial parade, food, transportation, fashion, architecture and music, among others.
Indeed comparisons are made between the ole time days and modern times with more than a few memories stirred up of that bygone era. There are also several laughs among relatives and friends as they recalled exactly when the moment was captured for posterity.
Today, Barbados TODAY focusses on the changes seen in the buildings and roads in the City such as Tudor Street, the Pierhead, Bay Street, and Chamberlain Bridge.
(Photos of old Barbados courtesy Media Resource Department)
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