Peninnis lighthouse at St Mary’s on the isles of Scilly was built to replace the lighthouse in the center of the island of St Agnes and helps vessels to enter Hugh Town harbour, via St Mary’s Sound.
The circular, 14m tall tower was first lit in 1911, and consists of a black steel open lattice foundation, white gallery and black–domed top. Automated from the start, it was one of the first gas–powered light houses to use acetylene (which drove the rotating optic as well as fueling the light).
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