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St Abb's Head Lighthouse, Berwickshire

St. Abb's Head is a coastal headland with high sea cliffs that are home to more than 50,000 seabirds. The area is designated a national nature reserve.

The lighthouse, like so many in Scotland, was built by members of the Stevenson family of civil engineers. It was first lit in 1862. In a region often obscured by fog, in 1876 it became the first lighthouse in Scotland to be equipped with a siren fog signal.

Copyright: Gary Davies
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Taken: 16/07/2019
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Tags: st abbs; lighthouse; scotland; scottish; coast; coastline; seascape; coastal; st abbs head; coldingham; berwickshire; cliff; foghorn; stevenson; nature reserve
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