Pendeen Lighthouse, also known as Pendeen Watch is an active aid to navigation located 2 kilometres to the north of Pendeen in west Cornwall.
It is located within the Aire Point to Carrick Du SSSI, the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Penwith Heritage Coast. The South West Coast Path passes to the south.
The lighthouse was built by Trinity House in 1891. The 17 metre tower, buildings and surrounding wall were constructed by Arthur Carkeek of Redruth who had to flatten the headland before building could commence.
The light was put into commission on 26 September 1900 and automated ninety five years later with the keepers leaving the station on 3 May 1995.
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