Gibraltar (inhabited place)
Found in 163 Collections and/or Records:
Loose miscellaneous monochrome postcards (original photographs). Published by Beanland, Malin and Co. (23-28, 36-52), Real Photo Production (29-30), unknown (31) and L. Sacarello (32-35).
139 x 87 mm. General view looking down on Gibraltar from the north, with the harbour at the right and the strip of land connecting Gibraltar to the Spanish mainland at the bottom left.
169 x 118 mm. General view from the south looking towards the Rock, with the harbour at the left and the Spanish mainland in the background.
152 x 207 mm. Showing two tourists beside a pool in the Alameda Gardens.
Half-plate. [Showing donkey cart on the left and garden on the right].
178 x 127 mm. View showing a gun emplacement in the Galleries above the North District of the town.
154 x 197 mm. Showing a Barbary ape with young offspring.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing horse and carriage in the foreground and football in the distance in front of building].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Clearer view of previous picture, without horse and cart].
153 x 209 mm. Showing a woman walking along the sandy beach with the Caleta Hotel set on a small headland in the background.
Collection of loose tinted postcards showing various views in Gibraltar.
251 x 175 mm. A view looking north along the coastline from Catalan Bay.
213 x 159 mm. A view looking along the coastline towards the small sandy beach, with fishermens' cottages and boats on the foreshore and the sharply rising cliffs of the Rock behind.
204 x 156 mm. Showing a charcoal seller beside his laden donkey and holding a pair of scales.
Half-plate (landscape format). This room is used on Saturdays as the boys synagogue, and the ark is behind the curtain at the back.
Half-plate (landscape format). (Roman Catholic). [Showing girls sitting in rows with a nun and tutor standing with them].
178 x 128 mm. A view looking down on a small cottage with a narrow walled garden.
Quarter-plate. [Group in foreground and boats tied up along the beach beyond].
208 x 154 mm. Showing a donkey hitched to a cart.
82 x 123 mm. A view looking up the steps towards the entrance from inside the cave.
87 x 65 mm. Showing the gates at the north of the town with buses and cars in the foreground and the Moorish Castle on the hill behind the town visible in the background.
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