Can you recall what H.A.&E. Smith’s looked like? You just might be able to conjure up a faint image but there isn’t a person alive who can remember Trimingham’s storefront from 1861. These photographs reveal a Front Street that is frozen in time. 



The former H.A.& E. Smith department store on Front Street.



Tom Moore’s before its restoration.



The Phoenix on Reid Street.



Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse



The Bermuda Cathedral under construction, circa 1888.



Front Street, in 1861, showing Trimingham’s shop, the two-storey building at left.



Gosling’s store on the corner of Front and Queen Streets.