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The Eastern Tower is one of two lighthouses which were built in 1832 to mark the sandbank in the Bristol Channel, off Nash Point. This tower, still in use, has a height of 37 metres. It was electrified in 1968 and automated in 1998, and has a range of light of 21 miles.

Nash Point Eastern Lighthouse
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