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Lighthouse, Roker Cliff Park


The lighthouse was originally built in 1856 on Sunderland's South Pier. In 1983 it was dismantled to allow for harbour improvements, and then re-erected in Roker Cliff Park, between Roker and Seaburn. It is a Grade II* Building.
Roker Grade II* Listed 1856 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Sunderland Lighthouses Seaburn
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Lighthouse, Roker Cliff Park

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The Lighthouse, Roker Cliff Park

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The lighthouse in Roker Cliff Park

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The former Sunderland South Pier Lighthouse

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Royal Navy Lynx Helicopter performing at the Sunderland International Airshow

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Roker Beach

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OLD SOUTH PIER LIGHTHOUSE IN ROKER CLIFF PARK - List Entry.
- "Lighthouse. 1856. By Thomas Meik. For the River Wear Commission, for the old South Pier which had been built 1723-1750s. Transferred to this site 1983 when old South Pier was ...

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List number: 1218440
List grade: 2*
Tyne & Wear HER: 4966
Grid ref: NZ4071759796
Borough: Sunderland

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