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Kinnaird Head (Scottish Gaelic: An Ceann Àrd, "high headland") is a headland projecting into the North Sea, within the town of Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire on the east coast of Scotland. It is the site of the first lighthouse in Scotland to be lit by the Commissioners of Northern Lights.  The light was designed by Thomas Smith, built in 1787, and now forms part of the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses.  The Kinnaird Castle (one of The Nine Castles of Knuckle), was built in 1570 by Sir Alexander…

Kinnaird Head Old Lighthouse. The original lighthouse is no longer operational and is now home to The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses

Chicago area lighthouses

Visiting lighthouses is a favorite vacation activity to do down the East Coast, but those in Northwest Indiana don't have to venture far to find these lakeside beauties.

Lighthouse Maps - Illustrated guide maps to U.S. lighthouses

Lighthouse Maps - Illustrated guide maps to U.

Scotland has a variety of experiences beyond the stereotypical images of tartan kilts and rainclouds. Here are some tips on what to do in Scotland, UK

7 Crazy Adventures in Scotland

7 Crazy Adventures in Scotland Scotland has a variety of experiences beyond the stereotypical images of tartan kilts and rainclouds. Here are some tips on what to do in Scotland, UK

Lighthouses | Race Rock Lighthouses, photo courtesy New England Lighthouses: A ...

Race Rock Lighthouses, photo courtesy New England Lighthouses: A Virtual Guide.

Harbour Lighthouse, Fraserburgh

Harbour Lighthouse, Fraserburgh

Merry Christmas Fair Isle! Auld Haa Guesthouse

Auld Haa Guest House - Fair Isle - Shetland Islands - Scotland A registered historic building and landmark owned by .

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The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses is in Fraserbutgh, Scotland, is a great day out by the coast!

Fire Island Lighthouse [Explore]

New York's Fire Island Lighthouse shortly after sunset. This Atlantic Ocean lighthouse is located just east of Long Island's Robert Moses State Park, and is used to provide a visible landmark for ships sailing along the southern coast of Long Island.

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