A tower or structure, with a powerful light or lights at the top, usually erected at an important or dangerous point on or near the sea-coast for the warning and guidance of mariners, but can also be erected inland for the guidance of travellers.
||The structure upon which a beacon was mounted.
||A building or group of buildings situated close to the sea, used by coastguards to enable them to monitor the coastline.
|LIGHTHOUSE CONSTRUCTION YARD
||A facility where the components of lighthouses are built and assembled.
|LIGHTHOUSE KEEPERS HOUSE
||The residence of a lighthouse keeper.
|LIGHTHOUSE SHORE STATION
||Buildings and structures associated with a lighthouse, often including domestic accommodation.
||Apparatus (associated with manned lighthouse) used or intended to fire a signal rocket to give warning to approaching vessels at close range.
||A building or structure from which observation is kept of the approach of danger.