Bardsey Island or Ynws Enlli, meaning “island of the tides” in Welsh, lies off the Llyn Peninsula and marks the division between Caernarfon and Cardigan Bays.
The lighthouse occupies the southern tip of the island guiding ships through St Georges Channel and the Irish Sea.
The 33 metre red and white tower and keepers cottages were completed in 1821. The tower is unusual in being square and is currently the tallest of its kind in these isles. It’s made of ashlar limestone, quarried on Anglesey.
In 1956 the light was converted to electric and automated in 1987 and for almost a decade monitored from the Trinity House control centre at Holyhead, before operations were centralised to Harwich, Essex
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