Northfleet Lower Lighthouse was erected by Trinity House in 1883 to replace an earlier light.
Originally placed on India Arms Wharf, close to the India Arms Tavern, the purpose of a light in this location was to guide vessels around the bend from Gravesend Reach to Northfleet Hope on their way to the Port of London.
Northfleet Lower Lighthouse was moved 282 metres downstream to its present site in 1968 as a result of development of the waterfront.
It is regarded by those in the know as the most structurally complex and visually striking of the remaining River Thames lighthouses, with an important place in the history of navigation of the river.
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