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2006, 2016

Labour Day in Trinidad and Tobago

June 20th, 2016|Historical Events, Public Info|0 Comments

Imagine if you had to work for more than 15 hours a day. There was no such thing as paid vacation. No Gratuity or Pension. Or something as simple as a Weekend. Thank you to the extraordinary men that fought for the 8 hour work day and 40 hour work week. #Happy #Labour Day #Trinidad [...]

108, 2015

History of Public Transport in Trinidad and Tobago

August 1st, 2015|Trinbago History|0 Comments

Public transport in Trinidad and Tobago began with the establishment of the Trinidad Railway Company in 1846. They were only able to survey Trinidad and Tobago but we unable to bring a railway system due to finances. However, in 1859 the Cipero Tramroad became Trinidad’s first railway. It was planters’ line that passed between Mission (now Princes Town) and  Kings Wharf in San Fernando. It was used [...]