Southport and Prince Edward's Gates
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The barrels on the donkeys are full of water. The lack of decent drinking water was a perennial problem on the Rock and very few households had running water. Barrels with water collected from reservoirs here and there were therefore delivered daily to just about every civilian home in Gib. The men who carried out this very arduous job were mostly Spaniards. They were known as "aguadores".