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Some of the tracks were taken out.
Abandoned Railroad Tracks

These railroad tracks, south of Old Bight (also known as David Settlement), lead to a railroad terminal once instrumental in carrying various locally grown crops to the port for shipment to Europe and the United States.

The terminal was abandoned when America shut out foreign exports. Most of the rails were removed, transported to England, and used to make armaments during World War II. A sign marks the entrance to what now remains of the tracks.

Hours Open: 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Time Period Represented: 1800's

Seasons Open: Year Round

Visitor Fees: None

Accessibility Notes

Care should be taken by persons with mobility impairments and those in wheelchairs, because the site is underwater most of the time.

 Pet Friendly Notes

All pets should be leashed to enter the area.

For More Information, Contact:

Administrator's Office-South Cat Island
General Delivery, The Bight, CI
(242) 342-3032 · fax (242) 342-3037
Mr. Danny King

, CI
(242) 474-8462

Boundaries and names shown do not necessarily reflect the map policy of the National Geographic.

Latitude: 24.325388000
Longitude: -75.433197000
Elevation: 82 FT (25 M)
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