This series of images shows the impact of the pyroclastic flows that inundated Plymouth from August 1997 on the island’s capital’s Harbour and Jetty.
Actually Montserrat is not shut off, Montserrat is very much open for business, we’ve been through this, we have literally dust ourselves off but we continue to work and continue to do things as normal, yes the volcano was doing its own thing, but we continue to do things as normal, yes some people can’t live in Plymouth, they have to live elsewhere but we are still here, part of the island is still green and vibrant.
– Montserrat Resident 2019
You may also like:
2. Moving, Crossing and LeavingRefugee In Me Own Country