Flamborough Lighthouse

10 of our favourite photos of Flamborough Lighthouse

It is one of the most familiar buildings along the Yorkshire coast - and there is no wonder it is always popular with photographers.


Here are 10 of our favourite pictures of Flamborough Lighthouse. And if you have a take a great shot of it while walking along the headland, send it to newsdesk@bridlingtonfreepress.co.uk.

The landmark, which is 26.5 metres tall, is always popular with photographers looking to find an interesting angle.

1. Flamborough Lighthouse

The landmark, which is 26.5 metres tall, is always popular with photographers looking to find an interesting angle.
Simon Hulme
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The present lighthouse was designed by Trinity House architect Samuel Wyatt and constructed by John Matson of Bridlington in 1806 at a cost of 8,000.

2. Flamborough Lighthouse

The present lighthouse was designed by Trinity House architect Samuel Wyatt and constructed by John Matson of Bridlington in 1806 at a cost of 8,000.
Paul Atkinson
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A golfer tees off by the old chalk tower lighthouse. There are plans underway to reopen this building to the public.

3. Flamborough Lighthouse

A golfer tees off by the old chalk tower lighthouse. There are plans underway to reopen this building to the public.
Simon Hulme
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The views from the top of the new lighthouse - but you have got to climb 119 steps before you can enjoy them!

4. Flamborough Lighthouse

The views from the top of the new lighthouse - but you have got to climb 119 steps before you can enjoy them!
Richard Ponter
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