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Dunollie Point

United Kingdom Latitude/Longitude: 56.42293° / -5.48368°
Description : Dunollie Lighthouse is at the end of the Corran Esplanade, on the northern side of Oban Harbour, and guides ships from the Firth of Lorne. Located south of Dunollie Castle, it marks the north entrance to Oban Bay and the Sound of Kerrera. The small circular stone tower, seems to complement the design of Dunollie Castle. The remains of the castle are close to the lighthouse. Engineers David A and Charles Stevenson
Type: Lighthouse
Type of Flashing: Flashing (Fl)
Number of Flashes: 2
Light Color: White-Red Sectors / WR
Interval of Flashing: 6s
Focal Height: 7m
Light Range: 8M
Location / Area / Island: Scotland, Argyll and Bute
Year built: 1892
Operational: Yes
Shape & Material Cylinder / Natural Stone
Color of Structure Natural Stone

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