Restored the leading lights of High Low Dovercourt lighthouse an old Victorian cast iron example of engineering no longer used

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Restored the leading lights of High Low Dovercourt lighthouse an old Victorian cast iron example of engineering no longer used
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The two iron towers were built by Trinity House 1863 to aid navigation into the River Orwell on which the busy ports of Felixtowe and Harwich are located. They are a 6 Legged tower painted black 14 metres high. They were used until 1917 to guide ships around Landguard Point. The beach is a winner of the European blue flag being one of the UK's cleanest

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