Crow Lane and Park

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Crow Lane and Park overlooks and fronts Hamilton Harbour and its name comes from when the whole area was populated by crows. Locals and tourist alike can be seen sitting on a bench or under a tree, enjoying the views of the harbour and city. It is from the roundabout (rotary in the USA) near this park that Johnny Barnes, a remarkable Bermudian senior citizen, has made it a tradition for decades of waving a cheery “Good morning” – in all weather – to commuters exiting the parish to enter Pembroke Parish to work in or near the City of Hamilton. Near the entrance to the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute is a statue in his honour.

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