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Bn TrBeacon Tower (nautical)
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Tenders Are Invited For Install A New Lighted Windcone And Segmented Circle, Replace The Existing Rotating Beacon And Rehabilitate The Beacon Tower With All Associated Electrical
As the sun is setting, I trek through woodland buzzing with cicadas up to an ancient beacon tower on a hilltop overlooking the valley.
The clue is in the full name, Fire Beacon Tower, with similar structures occupying high ground across the country to warn of imminent danger.
SR22 was substantially damaged when it impacted a hazard beacon tower during approach to the Danbury (Conn.
August 27 at 9am: Heavy stone used to loosen concrete cap holding pin that secured base of beacon tower.
REGARDING the concerns of John Masters regarding St John's Beacon tower (Letters, October 20), I, too, have also had anxious feelings about this vulnerable-looking architectural oddity from the 1960s.
BURTON DASSETT BEACON TOWER - The Beacon Tower with a backdrop of beautiful blue sky, photographed by Peter Sanders in Summer 2005 at Burton Dassett Hills Country Park, south-east of Gaydon towards Banbury, Oxfordshire.
It was in 1951, by the way, that Coseley Urban District Council was granted its coat of arms, which included the landmark Sedgley Beacon Tower and ablack chief to signify Black Country industry.
1819: Developed into a purpose built Beacon tower and dwelling by Sir John Lowther of Wilton Castle.
The airplane was substantially damaged at about 2010 Eastern time when it impacted a hazard beacon tower during approach.
The weather-beaten beacon tower, which stands on a small rocky island off the coast at Rhoscolyn, Anglesey, has served as a navigational aid for passing sailors for well over a century The beacon, which would have been painted black and white, was part of a chain of landmarks around Anglesey, including the lighthouse at South Stack and the gun station at North Stack Rhoscolyn, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, boasts a popular beach and is often used as an overnight stopping-off spot by yachtsmen