The first lighthouse at Bamburgh took the form of a 42ft circular metal-framed tower on support struts about 4 metres high.
It was built in 1910 to guide shipping passing along the Northumberland coast and vessels in the waters around the Farne Islands.
In 1975 the tower—the most northerly land-based lighthouse in England—was discontinued and the new electric light was placed on top of the building we see now, the building which housed the acetylene fuel for the original light.
Today, the lighthouse is monitored and controlled from Trinity House’s Planning Centre in Harwich, Essex.
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