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|Gibraltar in 3D. Includes Catalan Bay,Town Centre,Airport and Marina.||04/05/2006||6,947|
|that is the reason why the road crossing the airport-runway is closed and the cars have to wait (see airport about 6 km in the west)||07/31/2005||822|
|Airport and Runway Aerial View 1943||05/30/2006||797|
|Here's a look at the strangest airport I've ever seen. The airport is built on a small peninsula going perpendicular so it is built out over the water. In order to get past the airport, cars have to drive over the main strip of the runway. There looks to be railroad crossing style drop-down gates at each end of the crossing road.|
You can see more close-ups of the road/runway at h...
|I created this overlay with the best map of Gibraltar I could find on the internet,if anyone can find a better map please leave a comment.||11/16/2005||848|
|Very clear shot of loading/unloading a container ship, Gibraltar.||08/02/2005||872|
|Famous from insurance ads, Europe meets Africa here.||07/21/2005||3,903|
|Another lovely setting to play soccer...||11/10/2005||625|
|Parson's Lodge is a mini Gibraltar - a narrow limestone dorsal, running North-South, laced with a labyrinth of underground tunnels and surmounted by a seemingly impregnable battery, which has witnessed the development of coast artillery over the last three centuries. |
Rising 120' sheer above the sea, Parson's Lodge, is a most prominent of a series of batteries which surround Gibr...
|This national historical site, also known as the Gibraltar of America, is the best place to begin a trip into the military past and present of Québec City. |
|Princess Anne’s Battery is on the hillside above the harbor. The site is sometime referred to as Princess Caroline’s Battery, Princess Amelia’s Battery, or even Princess Royal’s Battery. These three battery names, however, refer to 18th and 19th-century batteries located in and around Princess Anne’s Battery. Princess Anne’s Battery was constructed in 1732 to mount five 12 pounders, and saw act...||04/12/2007||937|
|This battery used to have four 120mm Vickers guns in a four position monobloc, with concrete covered magazines and storage an intrinsic part of the battery; it is rapidly becoming overgrown.||11/13/2008||467|