Harwich High Lighthouse was built in 1818 under the supervision of John Rennie Senior to replace earlier wooden ones over the Town Gate.
This and the Low Lighthouse were used as range lights to aid navigation into the harbour.
It was withdrawn from service in 1862 and and the new cast iron lighthouses were erected at Dovercourt.
The High Lighthouse continued to be used by mariners as a landmark and today houses a museum of local interest.
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