Nash Point Lighthouse Low Tower

Nash Point Lighthouse Low Tower

The Nash Point lighthouse on the Monknash coast of the Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales. Two towers were built in 1831-2, a low one in the west and a higher one on the eastern end of the complex to warn shipping of the dangerous Nash Sands below. Both worked together until 1920 when the low tower was decommissioned, the eastern lighthouse then doing both tasks. It was manned until 1998 when it became automatic.

Ian Lewis

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Ian Lewis |  Nash Point Lighthouse Low Tower
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