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New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
New La Brea Vision Photo Album
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New La Brea Vision Photo Album

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  • 2. LEFT TO RIGHT: Wilfred de Gannes (Chairman & CEO) and Yuhanna Yusuf (Director/Secretary) of the Shipbuilding and Repair Development Company of T&T in front of discontinued smelter silo.
  • 3. ABOVE: Wilfred de Gannes (Chairman & CEO) gives a presentation to the residents of Sobo Village on July 4, 2010 on the establishment of a world-class shipyard in La Brea.
  • 4. ABOVE: Wilfred de Gannes (Chairman & CEO) gives a presentation to the Executive Committee - Point Fortin South-Western Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Pt. Fortin on August 10, 2010
  • 5. ABOVE: Wilfred de Gannes (Chairman & CEO) gives a presentation to the Executive Committee of the Point Fortin South-western Chamber of Industry and Commerce in Pt. Fortin.
  • 6. LEFT TO RIGHT: Marlon Greaves (Director) of LBCCU together with Wilfred de Gannes (Chairman & CEO) gives a presentation to residents of La Brea at the La Brea Community Centre.
  • 7. ABOVE: Residents of La Brea and environs sign a petition on August 12, 2010 at the Rousillac Community Centre, Happy Hill, supporting the establishment of a world-class shipyard at La Brea.
  • 8. ABOVE: Residents of La Brea and environs sign a petition on August 12, 2010 at the Rousillac Community Centre, Happy Hill, supporting the establishment of a world-class shipyard at La Brea.
  • 9. Sir Walter Raleigh (1552 – 1618) Sir Walter Raleigh ship visited La Brea, Trinidad in 1595. Sir Walter Raleigh, the famous explorer who established the first English colony in the ‘New World’ repaired his wooden exploration ship using the naturally occurring pitch from the world famous La Brea Pitch Lake in 1595, exactly 415 years ago.

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