In 1836 Hull Trinity House built the 12m high lighthouse Paull, then situated between the shipyard and town.
The three-storey, stuccoed brick tower was designed by Francis Dales (who also designed Killingholme South Low Lighthouse).
Illuminated by oil lamps, the tower initially displayed a fixed white light, with a red sector added in 1852 to help guide vessels around the nearby Skitter sandbank.
In 1870 Paull lighthouse was replaced by two sets of leading lights, one at Thorngumbald Clough and the other at Salt End.
All four displayed fixed white lights. The new lights were first lit on 25th July 1870, and on the same date Paull Lighthouse was decommissioned.
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