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Bell Rock lighthouse during a storm from the north east.

Bell Rock lighthouse during a storm from the north east.
Bell Rock lighthouse.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: PU1329
Description: The Bell Rock is an almost submerged red sandstone reef situated approximately 12 miles from Arbroath. The conical granite and sandstone tower was finished in 1811. It was designed and built for Trinity House by Robert Stevenson. The lighthouse has been unmanned since 1988 and is now controlled remotely.
Creator: Joseph Mallord William Turner (artist): John Horsburgh (engraver)
Date: 1811-1851
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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