Drax Hall Plantation House, Barbados, 1972

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Slide, Handler, personal collection

Drax Hall plantation house; front entrance is on the left. Drax Hall house was built of locally obtained coral blocks in the 1650s and is one of the oldest standing plantation houses in Barbados. It is one of three Jacobean-style English manor houses in what was once British America (the others are Nicholas Abbey in Barbados and Bacon's Castle, Williamsburg, Virginia).