Mull of Galloway Light

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Mull of Galloway Light in 2004 - 44th trip
Mull of Galloway Light in 2004 - 44th trip

Drummore, Scotland, U.K.

Built: 1830

Automated: 1988

This white conical tower is 85 feet tall with a focal plane 324 feet above sea level. It is located at the southern tip of the Rhinns of Galloway (Galloway Peninsula) on the southwest coast of Scotland. It is, in fact, the southern most point of land in Scotland. It was designed by Robert Stevenson and is still an active light today.

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