Mahaicony Railway Bridge
The Mahaicony Railway Bridge is located in the district of Mahaicony and spans across the Mahaicony River. The railway bridge which is currently replaced by a new asphalt/concrete bridge to its north was built as a crucial piece of infrastructure that was needed to complete the railway trail that spanned from Georgetown to Rosignol. This bridge was manufactured by Patent Shaft and Axeltree Company Limited, Wednesbury in 1897 and spans 60.96 metres (200 feet).
Located along the main access road in Region Five, the Abary Bridge crosses a portion of the Abary River and is within close proximity to the Abary Village. Initially the bridge was built as a part of the railway infrastructure that was needed to facilitate the Georgetown to Rosignol Railway route.
The Shiv Mandir Temple is located in the No. 11 Village, also known as Woodly Park on the West Coast of Berbice. This edifice is one of the oldest Hindu temples in the country. It may have been built in the late 19th century by one indentured servant and was restored circa 1902. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu God, Shiva.
St. Jude’s Anglican Church
St. Jude’s Anglican Church is located in the community of Lichfield, on the Western Coast of Berbice. The area now known as Lichfield was a plantation bought by former slave, Cudjoe McPherson, circa 1840 for $3000.00. The Anglican Church was first built and dedicated on September 19, 1920 but was replaced in the 1980s through financial gifts from overseas and local members.