• Parson’s Lodge opens door into history

    Parson’s Lodge opens door into history

    • November 28, 2015

    Parson’s Lodge is to be opened up to the public and used as an educational facility offering insight into many periods of Gibraltar’s history and ecology. Parson’s Lodge is a well-preserved Victorian coastal battery, located at a site of the 13th Rosia Battery which dates to the 18th Century. For many years the Gibraltar Museum

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  • Sir James and Lady Dutton bid farewell to the Rock

    Sir James and Lady Dutton bid farewell to the Rock

    • September 29, 2015

    Lady Dutton held back tears yesterday as she and her husband, Lieutenant General Sir James Dutton, the outgoing Governor of Gibraltar, sailed away from the Rock on board the UK Border Force vessel HMC Seeker. This marked the end of Sir James’ 22-month tenure and came after he took the unprecedented decision to step down

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  • A part of Gibraltar’s railway network restored

    A part of Gibraltar’s railway network restored

    • August 13, 2015

    A part of Gibraltar’s old railway system was uncovered yesterday by the Gibraltar Heritage Trust at John Mackintosh Square. A box car rescued by heritage enthusiast Gil Podesta has been completely restored and will remain on public view in the square until the end of this month. This is the last known surviving railway box

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