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Ireland's Lighthouses: A Photo Essay, John Eagle
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Author Name:    Eagle, John

Title:   Ireland's Lighthouses: A Photo Essay

Binding:   Paperback

Publisher:    COLLINS PR 

ISBN Number:   1848890249 / 9781848890244

Seller ID:   pen33

Lighthouses have played an important role on Ireland's extensive and dramatic coastline since the fifth century, lighting the way for many a cargo and passenger ship while ensuring that those who made their living on the sea made it home safely. During a project that lasted over ten years, John Eagle made several daring boat and helicopter trips to capture unique images of these wind-swept, wave-lashed buildings. This book brings together these striking photographs with informative text on their details, locations, and how to find them. Ireland's Lighthouses is sure to delight all those fascinated by these isolated guardians of the coast. "[A] splendid volume." Irish Echo

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