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La Corbière lighthouse is 19m (62ft) high and the lamp stands 36m (119ft) above high water spring tides. It was lit on 24 April 1874, for the first time, and was the first lighthouse in the British Isles to be built of concrete. The beam has a reach of 18 miles (29 km), and was automated in 1976.There is an alarm to warn visitors to clear the causeway as the tide rises; still, there have been casualties among the unwary or unlucky. A plaque adjacent to the causeway commemorates Peter Edwin Larbalestier, assistant keeper of the lighthouse, who was drowned on 28 May 1946, while trying to rescue a visitor cut off by the incoming tide. Video copyrighted to - © Chris Brookes

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Visit to Maison des Landes tonight with On Track. Met some wonderful people on holiday in Jersey and even was entertained by a magician. Super evening and the beginning of a relationship with Maison des Landes.

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Gorey Castle & Harbour from the air

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