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Anvil Point Lighthouse

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The lighthouse is built of local stone and was completed in 1881. It was opened by Neville Chamberlain's father, then Minister of Transport. The lighthouse tower is twelve metres tall, the height of the light above the high-water mark is 45 m . The light is positioned to give a waypoint for vessels passing along the English Channel coast.
Originally the light was illuminated by a paraffin vapour burner . During 1960, the lighthouse was modernised and electrified. It was fully automated on 31 May 1991 and is now monitored and controlled from the Trinity House Operations Control Centre at Harwich.


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