This tiny little post office is still operating, it reminded me of a very English banking hall, quill pens would not be out of place here. It has an old fashioned wooden counter, a modern cashier though. I just had to buy a stamp.
The post office is easy to find and very small and historic inside and out; no need to spend a lot of time here as this is a business - Asked the clerk behind the counter if I could take a couple of pictures inside, she said yes; I did and moved on to the next attraction.
I went there just because of postal needs, and not expecting any curious venue.
The bulding is nice and the inside is much better, showing many items which seem to have a long history.
The service was very nice. I could buy my stamps very fast and move forward to my next destination.
My visit was short, but I felt...
As a retired U.S. Postmaster I often try to stop into post offices whenever I travel. This one is housed in a beautiful building with a plaque stating the first postage stamp of Bermuda was issued here in 1848, by William Perot, postmaster of Hamilton. I believe this post office at one time was a private home. There was only...