Corran Light

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Corran Light in 2004 - 44th trip
Corran Light in 2004 - 44th trip

Corran, Scotland, U.K.

Built: 1860

Automated: 1898

This light, with its white conical tower, marks the western side of the Corran Ferry crossing of Loch Linnhe. Originally a manned light, it was among the first batch of minor Scottish lights to be automated in 1898. It is still an active light, and is also known as Corran Point or Corran Ferry Lighthouse.

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