Plover Scar Lighthouse, also known as the Abbey Lighthouse, is an active 19th century lighthouse sited at the entrance of the Lune estuary, near Cockersand Abbey in Lancashire.
The 8-metre-high lighthouse was built in 1847, and was the lower light of a pair of leading lights.
The rear or High Light, known as Cockersand Lighthouse, once stood next to the Abbey Lighthouse cottage on Slack Lane. It was a square wooden tower supported by angled wooden struts.
In the early 1950s the wooden High Light was replaced by a metal framework tower and by the end of the decade the lights were fully automated. The High Light was subsequently deactivated in the late 1980’s but Plover Scar remains active.
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