The Trinity lighthouse (1838-1841) is the only lighthouse
run by Trinity house outside the U.k. Its stands around
42meters of high waters and its colors the same to
those of Trinity house. Its loom maybe seen as far
as 27 km away.
Regular maintenance are done in order to keep it
running in peak condition and its looks as new.
200meters away is Nuns well opposite the entrance
to the Keightley way tunnel. The name is said to derive
from the nuns who formerly looked after the nearby
Shrine of Our Lady of Europe where the Duke of Kent
, Queen Victorias father, was governor of Gibraltar,
he was determined to restore discipline in a lax garrison
and started by closing 50 of the 90 wine houses and
replacing them with his own brewery.