Thames and Avon Branch of the Murray Club
Apprentice Boys of Derry
This is probably the most famous Gate of all although it was completely rebuilt after being leveled around 1790. A Triumphal Arch with side passages for pedestrian access was erected in honour of King William III. The Keystones bear sculptured heads : the inside one representing the River Boyne and dated 1690 and the outside one representing the River Foyle bearing the date 1689. Standing at some 120 feet above sea level makes this the highest point of the walls.