Fishguard North Breakwater Lighthouse, Wales

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The lighthouse that I had noticed on our way to Strumble Lighthouse, in Wales, September 2017, was in Fishguard Harbour which opened in 1906. The new development included a stone breakwater, extending from Pen Cw at the north end of the quay into Fishguard Bay. This breakwater was later lengthened to about 850m and a octagonal brick lighthouse, lower part black and upper part white, was constructed on the eastern end.  The light is operational and flashes green, every 4.5 seconds.

 

2 Replies to “Fishguard North Breakwater Lighthouse, Wales”

    1. Ha Ha , ts not always that blue, it can be a horrible murky grey colour when the weather is horrid. But when the suns shining, it can be a marvellous blue 🙂

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