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Napier of Magdala Battery, Gibraltar

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  • Very interesting to see the displayed information on how the gun was brought to that point, how the shells were loaded etc etc, then to enter the loading chamber to see how it all worked. Quite some g...  more »
  • We took the mandatory photo of the kids in front of the battery. The view on the sea is stunning, and when the sunis shining it's a nice place to hang around 30 minute and get a bowl of fresh marine a...  more »
  • Called in on the way past and very glad. What a weapon, with the second 100ton gun at Europa Point. You can see how it was loaded, go in the magazine loading bay also. Fantastic weapon made in Newcast...  more »
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  • A bit of a walk to get to (of course you can always take one of the excellent and frequent local buses) but well worth the effort. Fabulous views over Algeciras Bay and the coming and goings of an amazing variety of ships plying to and fro with fast ferries from N Africa and elsewhere threading their way through. And of course the huge gun which required major engineering to drag it through the streets and into position : rather sadly because newer guns with better technology rendered it almost obsolete as soon as it became operational.