Corbiere Lighthouse - Jersey, Channel Islands
La Corbiere Lighthouse, St. Brelade, Jersey, Channel Islands, Great Britain Britain's first concrete lighthouse (designed by Sir John Coode) was completed in 1874. Total cost: £8,000 which included keepers' cottages shore-side. It is only accessible on foot at low-tide. At night, the light can be seen up-to 17 miles away.
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underground hospital jersey channel islands - Built during the Occupation in WWI more than 5,000 slave labourers were brought to Jersey incl.Poles,French,Spaniards & Russians to dig the tunnels for the hospital, those who died during construction were buried in the walls, It is very chilling reading the death notices and other such literature, well worth a visit it stays with you forever.
A visit to the War Tunnels Jersey, Channel Islands - Globalmouse Travels
Visiting the Nazi Second World War tunnels in #Jersey in the Channel Islands, UK. These are quite scary tunnels to visit, showing some of the hospital rooms and the terrible conditions of workers having to dig the tunnels. They also tell the history of the Channel Islands under Hitler's rule and the harsh lives they had to endure. Read more by clicking the photo above. #channelislands