084. ‘ONLY FOR LOWTIDE VISITS’. St Mary’s Lighthouse, Northumberland, UK
The lighthouse is built on St Mary’s Island on the coast of North east England. The small rocky island is linked to the mainland by a concrete causeway, which is submerged at high tide. The lighthouse was built in 1868. It no longer functions as a working lighthouse. It is easily accessible at low tide and regularly open to the public.