Looking back at snapshots taken of Bermuda long ago, the world seems to only exist in black and white. Here are some rare vintage photographs that breathe life and colour back into our perception of old Bermuda.

Looking down Queen Street.
A public bus driving down Spurling Hill in the 1940s. The tracks of Bermuda’s railway are still visible.
Bathers and their dog take a dip in the tidal pools along South Shore in 1954.
Tourists take in the Bermuda railway train passing over Bailey’s Bay for the last time. By 1948, the railway has closed down and the trains were gone.
Dinghy regatta with a clear view of the Cathedral from Hamilton Harbour.
The Bermudian Cover January 1975.