Trevose Head Lighthouse was built by Trinity House in 1847 as a guide for vessels navigating the Bristol Channel.
The 7 metre tall tower is situated on the north west extremity of the head, with gigantic cliffs of grey granite rising sheer from the sea to a height of 50 metres or more.
The area—like so much of the Devon and Cornish coastline—is constantly obscured by sea mists.
Originally Trevose displayed a pair of leading lights, but the low light was discontinued in 1882 and only the high light remains today.
Trevose Head Lighthouse was automated in 1995 and the keepers were withdrawn on 20 December.
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