Buchan Ness Lighthouse was established in 1827 by Robert Stevenson.
Petitions were received by the Commissioners in 1819 from the Magistrates, town Councils and Harbour trustees of Peterhead, to have a lighthouse erected on Buchan Ness or any more suitable part of the coastline. Having surveyed the area, Robert Stevenson, Engineer to the Board (also grandfather of Robert Louis Stevenson), decided on the present position by the village of Boddam. It was not, however, until 1827 that the light was exhibited.
The red bands were added In 1907 to distinguish it as a day mark.
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