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Flat Holm Island lighthouse at Sunrise


During a camping trip to Flat Holm Island in 2015 as part of the RSPB Big Wild Sleepout , I set my alarm for an early start to watch the sunrise.  The lighthouse built in 1737 appears to lean slightly, this is due to it being built too short so it was extended by 5 feet in 1825.  The sloping tiled area was constructed by the Victorians towards a large underground water-storage tank. This tank is still in use today to collect rainwater to provide the island’s water supply.


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