Jamaica train

Jamaica train

A row of iron kettles (usually three) used to boil cane juice (sugar cane for making sugar, sorghum for making molasses).
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It was special to see Bolt, Yohan Blake and other big stars from Jamaica train in the same facility under the same coaches who were working with us," said Mallick, who got injured during the National Inter- State Championships in Lucknow in May soon after returning to India.
If you are driving the location is just off exit 49 on the LIE, if you are taking mass transit a simple connection at Jamaica Train Station will bring you to the Pinelawn RR Station where you will meet the free shuttle to Colonial Springs.
One process used in Barbados was called the Jamaica train.
Technical innovations included the three-roller mill (introduced from Brazil), the Jamaica Train (a superior furnace design), and the use of bagasse as fuel.
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