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Blackrocks Point Lighthouse


Blackrocks Point Lighthouse (aka Bamburgh Lighthouse) was built by Trinity House in 1910 to guide shipping along the Northumberland coast and in the waters around the Farne Islands. The lighthouse is located on a rocky promontory, about half mile north-east of the village of Bamburgh. Stag Rock is located close to the lighthouse.
Bamburgh Stag Rock, near Blackrocks Point Historic Buildings and Monuments in Bamburgh Lighthouses 1910
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Bamburgh Lighthouse

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The Lighthouse on Blackrocks Point (2)

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Trinity House coat of arms on lighthouse at Blackrocks Point, Bamburgh

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Coastal Northumberland : Viewpoint at Blackrocks Point, Bamburgh

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Bamburgh lighthouse

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Bamburgh Lighthouse

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Blackrocks Point Lighthouse, Bamburgh

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Lighthouse near Bamburgh

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Surf at Bamburgh

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Lighthouse at Bamburgh

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