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Lighthouse News of the Week

Scotland’s Bell Rock Lighthouse operating again after interruption Bell Rock Lighthouse was built between 1807 and 1810 off the Firth of Tay, in the North Sea off the east coast of Scotland, by the engineer Robert Stevenson. It is considered the world’s oldest sea-washed–or wave-swept, depending on your terminology–lighthouse in the world. The challenges faced… Continue reading Lighthouse News of the Week

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Lighthouse News of the Week

Scotland’s Bell Rock Lighthouse operating again after interruption Bell Rock Lighthouse was built between 1807 and 1810 off the Firth of Tay, in the North Sea off the east coast of Scotland, by the engineer Robert Stevenson. It is considered the world’s oldest sea-washed–or wave-swept, depending on your terminology–lighthouse in the world. The challenges faced… Continue reading Lighthouse News of the Week

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Terry Pepper, friend to all who love lighthouses, 1948-2019

One of the leaders of the lighthouse community left us on Saturday, February 23, when Terry Pepper died of cancer at his home in Brutus, Michigan, at the age of 70. Terry was involved with the lighthouses of the Great Lakes since the late 1980s. His website, Seeing the Light, is a wonderful, extensive resource… Continue reading Terry Pepper, friend to all who love lighthouses, 1948-2019