Southerness

Southerness

Southerness Lighthouse © 2014 Penny Humphreys
Built in 1749 and believed to be the third oldest lighthouse
in Scotland, Southerness Lighthouse stands amidst flags of
sandstone and served as a beacon for shipping in the
Solway Firth and the entrance to the River Nith ensuring
safe passage to the ports of Glencaple and Dumfries.
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Southerness

Southerness Lighthouse © 2014 Penny Humphreys
Built in 1749 and believed to be the third oldest lighthouse
in Scotland, Southerness Lighthouse stands amidst flags of
sandstone and served as a beacon for shipping in the
Solway Firth and the entrance to the River Nith ensuring
safe passage to the ports of Glencaple and Dumfries.
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Date:
Location:
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