PostHeaderIcon Gilbralter: From The Top Of The Rock

Gibraltar, a British Overseas Territory situated at the entrance to the Mediterranean, is home to approximately 30,000 people.  Today, Coroner’s Investigator Paul Beecroft takes us on a pictorial journey of the region, and to the top of “the rock.”

Flag of Gibralter

The “rock” from ground level.

View from the top of the rock.

Overlooking Spain

Again from the top of the Rock. The white ship you can see is actually not a ship but a Hotel that is in the process of being built.

Lighthouse at Europa Point

Moorish Castle

Memorial/Monument. (American/English)

Still with the Memorial (Two sides to it)

Memorial Plaque

Lord Nelson

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Paul Beecroft has spent a good deal of his life in law enforcement, in England. He’s worked Foot Patrol, Area Car, Instant Response Car, and also as a Police Motorcyclist. Paul currently works as a coroner’s investigator and has traveled all over England, Wales, Scotland and even Germany to investigate crimes.

5 Responses to “Gilbralter: From The Top Of The Rock”

  • Sheila Lowe says:

    Thanks so much for this. My great-great-grandmother was born there, and some day, I’d like to see Gibraltar in person….hmmm, maybe I can find a mystery there for my next Claudia Rose book.

  • I’d have to visit the lighthouse. I have a thing about lighthouses and the ocean. Thanks for sharing.
    Teresa Reasor

  • Paul Beecroft says:


    You are welcome and thanks for your comments. Hopefully Lee will put a few more up in the near future.


  • Kathy Crouch says:

    Wow what a beautiful place. Maybe someday I’ll get out of the USA again. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

  • Terry Shames says:

    A few years ago my husband and I had our catamaran sailed to Gibralter where we joined her for a Mediterranean adventure. Rounding the tip of Gibralter was thrilling. We had to stay in Gibralter for several days for some repairs. Interesting place.

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