Here is a Picture of me standing atop the Large Double Wooden Pot still. (They call it the Port Mourant Still as it was originally part of the Port Maurant Estate.) It felt kinda cool standing on one of the most famous Rum Stills in the entire world.
I was unaware of this still. It is part of the Old Plant and they call it the High Ester Still. I am not positive but I saw a replica of a still in the Heritage Centre called the John Dore High Ester Still. I believe it is this one.
Finally this is the new plant which is already functioning. It contains a four column continuous still, and two new Coffey Stills. Rum Production is being transferred over to the new plant (It will be officially commissioned soon). However, all of the stills in the Old Plant are still functioning. They are being kept to produce unique marques of rum which cannot be duplicated by the new stills. These unique marques are required for many Demerara Rum blends.