Oxcars Lighthouse, Firth of Forth, Scotland
Oxcars Lighthouse in the Firth of Forth, near the island of Inchcolm. Designed by Thomas and David Stevenson, relatives of the famous writer Robert Louis Stevenson. This lighthouse was commissioned in 1886, and was attended by keepers until 1894 when it became the first lighthouse in Scotland to be automated and converted from oil to gas. I photographed this from a boat running between South Queensferry and Inchcolm island, the Maid of the Forth.
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