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The oldest of the three Lighthouses in Lough Swilly is Fanad Head Lighthouse on the western shore. It stands at such a strategic point facing the open North Atlantic and also lighting the entrance to the Lough that it is in fact a dual purpose light, both sea light and harbour light. It can be seen for fourteen miles in clear weather and was first exhibited on St. Patrick Day 1817.

This is the view from the lighthouse in my previous upload looking back down lough Swilly. We camped in the parking area at the lighthouse and woke up to a beautiful day. I have to say its a great place to wake up to. This is taken that morning.

Thanks for looking :)

Gary

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