The "golden age" of lighthouse construction in Ireland

The rocky coasts of Ireland are scenic destinations in and of themselves, but they also have some of the most beautiful light houses in the world, even if they are no longer in use. This photo essay looks at the golden age of lighthouse construction in Ireland in the mid-19th century.


Keeping the Fire of Irish Lighthouses Alive

By Jessica Colley Clarke

The New York Times

November 8, 2016

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