Manchester Heritage Sites
New Broughton United – An impressive early 19th Century structure constructed using regular cut stone.
St. Mark’s Anglican Church – The Parish Church of Manchester, completed and consecrated in 1820.
Mandeville Court House – Built in 1817 and was constructed in the Jamaica Georgian style.
Maidstone – Under the direction of the Moravian missionaries was founded in 1840.
Bloomfield Great House – Situated on a property formerly known as the Bloomfield Estate.
Marlborough Great House – Built in 1795 and designed by a Scottish architect named Forsyth.
Marshall’s Pen Great House – Features Spanish walls and louvre windows.
Northern Caribbean University – It housed the earliest teachers at the institution in 1919.
Roxborough – Birthplace of National Hero, the Right Excellent Norman Washington Manley.
Kendal Railway Tragedy – The worst railway disaster in Jamaica’s history.
Manchester Club Golf Course – Built in 1865, is believed to be the oldest surviving club in the western hemisphere.
Greenvale Railway Station – A two-story Jamaica/Georgian timber structure.
Williamsfield Railway Station – Has elements of the Jamaica/Georgian architectural style.