Left: Jekyll Books at The Old Infirmary Located at the entrance to
the Village at the end of Shell Rd.
Below: Looking down Shell Rd. from
the intersection with Stable Rd.
back down Shell Rd.
Below: an Oak Tree
Left: The speed Limit in the Village (where cars are allowed) is
Below: A tabby walkway leading to the
Above left: looking north into the Village.
Right: One of many light poles in the Village
Above Left: Mistletoe Cottage
Above Right: Indian Mound
Left: The telephone on which the first transcontinental telephone
call was made
Below: One of several benchmark discs on or near the seawall on
the Jekyll River.
Above: the rear of Moss Cottage
Right: a historical marker
describing the purchase of Jekyll Island by the State (note: click for a clearer
image - will open in a new window; turn off pop-up blockers first).
culvert leading to the river.
Below Right: The south entrance to the Village
Left: An overview of the area where the benchmark above is located.
Below: Historical marker for the Jekyll Island Club Wharf. (Click for a
Left and Below left: more benchmarks at the Wharf
below left benchmark overviewed with GPS coordinates. (click for clearer
Left: The famous tower on the Jekyll Island Club Hotel.
tabby pathway along the seawall and the Wharf.
Above Left: The Wharf and Lattitude 31 Restaurant
An airplane of approach to the Jekyll Island Airport.
Above and Right: Crane Cottage
Below Right: Cherokee Cottage
Above Left: Villa Marianna Above Right: An unknown
building (possiblly a storage building for the Island
Below Left: Villa
Ospo Below Right:
Looking down a tabby pathway.
Above Left: A water fountain.
Above Right: The Jekyll
Island Authority Offices.
Left: Jessup Lane.
Left: The famous tower again.
Above Right: The Jekyll Island
Below Left: The DuBignon Cottage
Below Right: The DuBignon
Cottage and a skittish cat.
Above left: The JP Morgan Tennis Courts (falling into
disrepair) Above Right: Shell Road heading back to the beach.
Above Left: Undisturbed - which 65% of Jekyll is per Georgia State
Above Right: Disturbed - which the developers would like to do to the
undisturbed 65% of the Island. This is looking over a golf course, BTW.