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Polridmouth Bay and Gribbin Head with Daymark Tower, Tywardreath, Cornwall. 1904
View of Polridmouth Bay and Gribbin Head. The view shows the Gribbin Tower, a square beacon erected by Trinity House in 1832. It was never lighted but is painted in red and white bands as a daymark to make navigation into Fowey and the harbours of St Austell bay safer. It became a Grade II listed building in 1974 and is now managed by the National Trust. Alongside is a distant view of the coastguard lookout. Photographer: Herbert Hughes
TRURI : TYWgv.3
Media ID 14646730
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