The Watchet Harbour Lighthouse is a marine navigational aid marking the entrance to the Marina situated within the town of Watchet in Somerset.
Three tenders were received in 1860, one of them was by Isambard Kingdom Brunel but it was rejected. This lighthouse was built by Hennet, Sprinks and Else of Bridgwater at the sum of £75.
The cast iron structure was topped with an oil lamp. The lighthouse stands at 22ft tall and unlike traditional lighthouses, this one displays a fixed green luminare marking the approach to the Marina.
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