St Tudwal’s Lighthouse on Saint Tudwal’s Island West marks the north end of Cardigan Bay.
Built by Trinity House in 1877 the tower is 10.7 metres tall with a focal plane of 46 metres.
In 1922 the light was converted to acetylene operation and was operated by means of a Sun Valve.
Following the introduction of the acetylene equipment the lighthouse was de-manned and the keepers’ dwellings subsequently sold in 1935.
St. Tudwal’s Lighthouse was modernised and converted to solar-powered operation in 1995.
The lighthouse is now monitored and controlled from Trinity House’s Planning Centre in Harwich, Essex.
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