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Southwold Lighthouse, UK

Construction started in 1887, but the lighthouse officially came to be used in September 1890, replacing three older lighthouses.

It stands in the middle of Southwold (on the Suffolk Heritage Coast) where it is still being used today, with tours available to visitors

PC: Mark Stace

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