The first Belle Tout (also spelled Belle Toute) lighthouse was a simple wooden tower which entered service in October 1828.
In 1834, a more permanent structure of granite was constructed 34 metres from the cliff edge. The now decommissioned lighthouse, located on the clifftop at Beachy Head, East Sussex and close to the town of Eastbourne has been called “Britain’s most famous inhabited lighthouse” because of its striking location and use in film and television.
In 1999, the Grade II listed building was painstakingly moved in one piece at a rate of 20cm per hour to prevent it from succumbing to coastal erosion and toppling into the sea.
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