Monday, August 31, 2009

Ardglass Pier

According to Hansard, this lighthouse only became operational in 1887, nearly 50 years after the original blew down in a storm! Very much your archetypal lighthouse, with a nice maroon door and guard rail, it is however showing some signs of rusting. Located at the end of the North pier, the whole area seemed spookily deserted when we drove up, save for the squadron of seagulls dive-bombing the harbour.

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