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Tiny lighthouse

Stumbled on this by accident when looking for a good shot of the bridges the worlds smallest... read more

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redmini963
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Smallest Functional Lighthouse in the UK?

The harbour light adds a finishing touch to the village of North Queensferry and its river... read more

Reviewed 17 June 2018
Rossergruffydd
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 17 June 2018

The harbour light adds a finishing touch to the village of North Queensferry and its river frontage. A historic area with its ferry service over the years and the Roman legions crossing over in the area. The Forth Rail Bridge adds that brooding presence of a man made behemoth that acts as a counterpoint to this little gem of a lighthouse.

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Reviewed 20 March 2018

We had a morning stroll and visited the light house at the harbour .It sits in an absolutely stunning location in between the Forth Bridges The lighthouse is open most days and is unattended there is no charge although you are invited too make a donation the light and its working are there to view but it is better to just have one person at a time

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Reviewed 15 March 2018

There isn't much to see, to be honest, but it's free (although please make a donation) and quaint, so make sure you go down to the quayside to see this while admiring the beautiful bridges.

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Reviewed 12 March 2018

As well as the railway bridge queensferry has another claim to fame the smallest working light tower in the world. It sits practically underneath the bridge. It is free to go in and doesn't take very long, but do check when it is open.

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Reviewed 4 February 2018

We spotted the light on the quay side at North Queensferry quite by accident when we were looking at the Forth Bridge. Situated by the historic town pier this tiny lighthouse is well worth a look. Standing at just over 21 feet tall it is one of the smallest light towers we've ever seen. It's location is further complimented by the three Forth Bridges.

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