Montpelier, Jamaica

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Montpelier is a village located in Saint James Parish, Jamaica.

Landmarks[edit]

  • Montpelier railway station opened in 1895 and closed in 1992.[1] It served the village of Montpelier on the Kingston to Montego Bay line and was 103 miles (166 km) from the Kingston terminus.[2] It is on the list of designated National Heritage Sites in Jamaica.
  • Express Plaza:It is a small Plaza that is located in the gin-ape Tree area. It is owned by retired businessman Lyliod Thompson aka "Express." It was built in the early eighties.

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Coordinates: 18°21′47″N 77°55′28″W / 18.3630°N 77.9245°W / 18.3630; -77.9245