Guy’s Head Lighthouse is the westerly sentinel in a pair of disused lighthouses at the mouth of the river Nene, built as part of a scheme of river improvements in 1826-30.
The structures resemble tower mills due to their tapering sides and octagonal tops. The building has an upper circular window and a central octagonal chimney.
The Nene Outfall Amendment Act of 1829 authorised the Commissioners to erect lighthouses or beacons without the sanction of Trinity House.
These lighthouses were more landmarks rather than lighthouses in the usual sense and this former lighthouse has been a unique private dwelling for many years.
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