Object name:
Howth Harbour Lighthouse


Added by:
Merle Golston

Add date:
2020-12-08 11:43

Object description

The Harbour lighthouse in Howth is an historic aid to navigation situated on the East pier of the harbour. It was built in the early 19th century to help guide shipping into the newly constructed harbour, which acted as the terminus for the packet service between Ireland and England. In 1982 it was decommissioned and replaced by a modern pole light on an adjacent extension of the pier

Howth Harbour Lighthouse
Howth Harbour Lighthouse

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