The southern half of Montserrat is basically buried by the volcano. Plymouth, the former capital, is abandoned.

The main economic endeavor in Montserrat is mining volcanic aggregate for construction.

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Montserrat

School Girl Uniform
School girl in uniform. (677k)
Little Bay North
Little Bay in the north of Montserrat. (772k)
Pelicans Swimming Little
Pelicans swimming in Little Bay. (803k)
Volcanic Aggregate Mining
Volcanic aggregate mining operation. (644k)
Volcanic Aggregate Mining
Volcanic aggregate mining operation. (880k)
First Looks Like
At first it looks like a peaceful Caribbean village, but it is all abandoned and decaying. (909k)
Flank Volcano Debris
Flank of the volcano with debris flow above the remnants of Plymouth. (834k)
Buried Plymouth
Buried Plymouth. (974k)
Abandoned Building Along
Abandoned building along the road, being overgrown. (1037k)
Abandoned Building Along
Abandoned building along the road, being overgrown. (908k)
Abandoned Apartment Complex
Abandoned apartment complex. (1400k)
Used Hotel Half
This used to be a hotel. It is half buried and decaying. (951k)
Buried Buildings Plymouth
Buried buildings in Plymouth. (763k)
Buried Buildings Plymouth
Buried buildings in Plymouth. The yellow building was a 4-story building, buried two floors deep. (909k)
Buried Building Look
Buried building. Look at the size of the boulders that came down the mountain. (1015k)

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