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Here are some developments happening in the southern city of San Fernando in Trinidad

Chancery Lane




Brian Lara Stadium


Centre for Performing Arts in San Fernando (this is the sister establishment to the one in Port of Spain)


Still looking for the waterfront redevelopment in San Fernando...will post when I get them
 

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wow, another state of art center???? great. so welcome, where are you from? where do you live??
 

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wow, another state of art center???? great. so welcome, where are you from? where do you live??
I'm from the southern part of Trinidad but I live in Toronto at the moment.
I'm an urban planning student...so I get off on stuff like this :nocrook:
 

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I'm from the southern part of Trinidad but I live in Toronto at the moment.
I'm an urban planning student...so I get off on stuff like this :nocrook:
oh, there's a lot of trinidadians in toronto from wath i've seen, welcome and keep us informed about the t&t boom like trin does too
 

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Hi Simbolella... and welcome to this caribbean community :D

I see that everytime T&T it's bringing more and more amazings projects. You guys are having a great infraestructural development, so please keep us update! :eek:kay:
 

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Wow, so San Fernando isn't going to be left in the dust by Port of Spain. :) Those are some nice projects, I love what they're doing in T&T.
 

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San Fernando | Images & Urban Discussions

Thought the second city deserved its own thread and here's a pic from Harris Promenade to kick it off



In this picture you can see the chancery lane project on the right together with the San Fernando General Hospital (not a very popular place to be recently) and the San Fernando police station is the castle like building to the left.
 

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A couple older pics from flickr


they really need to bury those overhead cables... jeezus










mostly residential stuff

One more for good measure
 

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I like that town. Can't expect everywhere to be perfect, but at least that town seems "livable", to me at least.

Good job Trin!

Post more pictures of San Fernando.
 

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I like that town. Can't expect everywhere to be perfect, but at least that town seems "livable", to me at least.

Good job Trin!

Post more pictures of San Fernando.
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I agree, I think I sounded harsher than I meant to be. Visit triniview's ablum of San Fernando. They have some good pics. http://www.triniview.com/gallery/main.php?g2_itemId=131910
 

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As Europeans would say "an electric jungle", but dont worry we have those in Puerto Rico as well. Thanks for the pics Trin. BTW what is the population of San Fernando?
 

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^Actually not just PR,the US is full of those cables,as a matter of fact I think that about 99.5% of countries have those ugly cables.
 

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Thanks for post it, good job!

Nice city San Fernando!
 
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