Tarbert Island Lighthouse

Tarbert Island lighthouse was built in the 1830s and came into operation on the 31st of March 1834 and is still operational today. This is a habour light to guide vessels passing up and down the Shannon estuary. The lighthouse is built on a tidal rock on the north side of Tarbert Island and a cast iron bridge connects the lighthouse to the shore.

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