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The interior of Longstone Lighthouse.

The interior of Longstone Lighthouse.
The interior of Longstone Lighthouse.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PZ7118
Description: The interior of Longstone Lighthouse in the Farne Islands off Northumbria. Grace Darling and her parents are seen caring for the fortunate survivors saved from the wreck of the 'Forfarshire' paddle steamer on 7 September 1838. Despite a terrible storm, Grace and her father rescued eight men and women from the wreck and took them back to the lighthouse.
Creator: Parker, H. P. (artist): Lewis, C. G. (engraver): Isaacs, A. J. (publisher)
Date: 20 August 1866
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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