Toward Point Lighthouse is on the southern extremity of the Cowal Peninsula, near the village of Toward and six miles south of Dunoon, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. There has been a lighthouse here since 1812.
Toward Point Lighthouse was completed in 1812. It was built by Robert Stevenson (1772–1850) for the Cumbrae Lighthouse Trust. Two lighthouse keepers’ houses were added in the later 1800s. A white building on the foreshore housed the foghorn mechanism, originally a steam engine in turn superseded by diesel engines. The foghorn was taken out of operation in the 1990s. The keeper’s cottages were sold in 2012 and are now a private home.
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