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Beamer Rock

United Kingdom Latitude/Longitude: 56.00465° / -3.412314°
Description : The distinctive red and white Beamer Beacon which was an aid to navigation for generations of mariners has been in storage since it was dismantled in 2011.Plans have now been revealed to relocate it at St Davids Harbour, in Dalgety Bay, and to incorporate a bistro.The Stevenson-built structure was first erected on Beamer Rock in 1846 at the request of Inverkeithing Town Council.
Type: Lighthouse
Type of Flashing: Flashing (Fl)
Number of Flashes: 1
Light Color: White / W
Interval of Flashing: 3s
Focal Height: 6m
Location / Area / Island: Southeastern Scotland
Operational: Yes
Inactive since Year 2011
Shape & Material Conical / Stone
Color of Structure Red & White

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BEAMER ROCK 0.01 301
COASTWATCH WEST FIFE 0.5 60
MAID OF THE FORTH 0.52 176
FORTH BELLE 0.53 173
ST COLME 0.54 173
QUEENSFERRY BELLE 0.54 172
WAVE TRAIN 0.56 172
VTS 2320812 0.56 17
ERIN 0.61 177
BELORIC 0.62 173
FORTH PRINCESS 0.63 173
ZEUS 1.21 82
KRISTIN 1.26 24
CORRINGHAM 1.29 104
QUEENSFERRY 1.46 97
SKUA 1.48 100
AMPHITRITE II 1.58 320
JAY GEE 3 2.94 53
BALMERINO 3.9 64
CORAL SHASTA 3.97 60
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