Strumble Head Lighthouse is located just outside of Goodwick on a narrow track road.  The lighthouse is on Ynysmeicl (St. Michael’s Island) which can only be accessed via a small bridge however access to the public is not possible unless the owners hold an open or educational day.  Originally built in 1908, it was operated manually every twelve hours by a quarter ton weight running down a cylinder, this required to be re-wound.  In 1965 Strumble Head Lighthouse was fully electric, replacing the earlier system with a more efficient one.  Then, in 1980 the lighthouse was converted to an unmanned automatic operation, monitoring of the lighthouse is now observed at Harwich.


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