Holborn Head is a headland on the north-facing Atlantic coast of Caithness, in the Highland area of Scotland. The name Holborn appears Norse in origin, meaning hillfort, and the headland may be the Tarvedunum promotorium noted by Ptolemy. At the tip lies the remains of a promontory fort.
Holburn Head Lighthouse, spelt ‘Holburn’, unlike the headland which is Holborn Head, is about one kilometre south of the point, near Scrabster Harbour on the western shore of Thurso Bay. Designed and built by David and Thomas Stevenson, it was completed in 1862. The light was discontinued in 2003.
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