Chanonry Point Light

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Chanonry Point Light in 2004 - 44th trip
Chanonry Point Light in 2004 - 44th trip

Fortrose, Scotland, U.K.

Built: 1846

Automated: 1984

This 43 foot tall, white conical tower is attached to a half round building. Its focal plane is 39 feet above sea level. It is located on the Black Isle, south of Rosemarkie, as the Moray Firth narrows between Chanonry Point and Fort George. Designed by Alan Stevenson, it is still active today.

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