Lighthouses

The Baily Lighthouse, Howth. County Dublin 1814

2020-04-30T18:11:21+00:00

The last lighthouse in Ireland to go automatic, Dublin Bay shipwrecks & The battle of Clontarf The Baily Lighthouse was built in 1814 on a rocky promontory on Howth overlooking Dublin Bay. It [...]

The Baily Lighthouse, Howth. County Dublin 18142020-04-30T18:11:21+00:00

Buncrana Lighthouse, Buncrana, County Donegal 1876

2020-05-08T07:20:10+00:00

Saved from the scrap heap This little lighthouse stood at this location for 133 years between 1876 until 2009 after which it was condemned to the scrap yard. The Buncrana Historical Society, however, [...]

Buncrana Lighthouse, Buncrana, County Donegal 18762020-05-08T07:20:10+00:00

Strove Lighthouse, Strove. County Donegal 1837

2020-04-28T23:40:19+00:00

A lighthouse on the passage to America & Australia Strove Lighthouse is located on a beautiful blue flag beach where Lough Foyle meets the wild Atlantic in north co. Donegal. This shipping lane [...]

Strove Lighthouse, Strove. County Donegal 18372020-04-28T23:40:19+00:00