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© Mr Wilfred N. Winder

IoE Number: 366663
Photographer: Mr Wilfred N. Winder
Date Photographed: 13 August 2002
Date listed: 30 June 1964
Date of last amendment: 30 June 1964
Grade II*

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HARWICHTM2652SWWEST STREET609-1/3/149High Lighthouse

HARWICH TM2652SW WEST STREET 609-1/3/149 High Lighthouse 30/06/64 GV II* Lighthouse, now disused. 1818. By Daniel Asher Alexander. For General Rebow. Contractor John Rennie the Elder. Of yellow stock bricks with stone dressings. Tall 9-sided tapering shaft with stone 'tent' roof with wide eaves overhang and lotus finial. EXTERIOR: tall cruciform plan chimneystack rises on NW from stone corbel. 3 adjoining faces to SE one recessed to form light opening. These 3 faces are organised to form symmetrical composition, in lower part, with projecting stone slab canopy surmounted by band of stone blind arches. Below this is a window and entrance door, on 'first floor' with stone surround and hood on consoles. Series of irregularly placed windows to internal staircase with small pane double-hung sashes, moulded hoods and stone surrounds all with a slight 'Egyptian' flavour. Flight of stone stairs leads up to entrance and has wrought-iron handrail with forked balusters of serpentine profile. Stone slab at entrance is cantilevered. Similar but plainer door surround at ground level with pair of 3 flush panelled doors. Circular stone curb, formerly with railings, around base.

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