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St Catherine’s Oratory

St Catherine's Oratory, (Off) Blackgang Road, Chale, Isle of Wight, England - PO38 3NZ
This unusual medieval building is located just under a mile west of Niton on the Isle of Wight.  It was originally an oratory on the top of the hill, dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria.…

Arbroath Signal Tower

Ladyloan Road, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, United Kingdom, DD11 1PU
Now a museum, this remarkable building was for a time one of the most unusual examples of council housing in the UK but its original purpose was as a warning to shipping.  Located in the…

Burnham-on-Sea Low Lighthouse

(Path through Dunes) Pizey Avenue, Burnham-on-sea, Somerset, England, UK, TA8 2HS
Think of a lighthouse and for most people the image will be of a tall white cylindrical tower on a rocky outcrop with a light at the top. However, the 'Low Lighthouse', standing 11 meters…

South Stack Lighthouse

South Stack Road, Holyhead, Anglesey, Wales, UK, LL65 1YH
Completed in 1809, the South Stack Lighthouse has been warning passing ships of the hazardous landfall below for two centuries. Standing 28 metres tall, the lighthouse was designed by Daniel Alexander so that its light…

The Winkie Light – Point of Ayre Low

Point of Ayre, Cranstal Road, Cranstal, Isle of Man, United Kingdom, IM7 4BQ
Usually one lighthouse is enough but at the northern most point of the Isle of Mann - a place known as the point of Ayre - There are two very close together. The main lighthouse…

Talacre Point of Ayr Lighthouse

Station Road, Talacre, Flintshire, Wales, United Kingdom, CH8 9RP
As the sun sets and the sea sweeps in across Talacre beach the lighthouse often seems to float on the waves. It's a mysterious and beautiful optical illusion that attracts visitors from all across Britain.…

St Mary’s Lighthouse

The Links (Rd), Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom, NE26 4RS
Just north of Whitley Bay is the small tidal island of St Mary's although locals sometimes refer to it as Bates Island after Thomas Bates who owned it during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.…

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