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Blyth High

United Kingdom Latitude/Longitude: 55.12543° / -1.500076°
Description : The first section was built in 1788 with a height of 35ft and then raised by another 14ft a century later. In 1900 it was raised by a further 12.5ft to its final height with each section being built due to the rising heights of the surrounding buildings. It was eventually de-activated in 1985, when new navigational aids were brought into use, and became a Grade II listed building in 1987.
Type: Lighthouse
Number of Flashes: 1
Location / Area / Island: NorthEast England
Inactive since Year 1985
Shape & Material Cylinder Stone
Color of Structure White

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BLYTH ENERGY 0.37 150
DONATI 0.37 155
OLIVIENNA 0.39 160
WIND TRANSFER 0.68 317
WILLIAMS II 2.41 145
QUIDDITY 3.13 110
HST GRACE 3.26 65
VAGABOND 5.2 98
RNLI LIFEBOAT B 935 6.48 153
BOYNE VALE 6.62 151
CAZADORA 7.35 162
NORTH SHIELDS 7.37 161
LADY PEARL 7.38 163
PRIDE OF THE TYNE 7.8 165
AVA ANNE BH6 7.88 168
CHARLES HENRY 7.94 168
JAMES COOK 7.95 167
ARAGORN 7.96 168