Thank you, Crys for the nice view of this Irish light.
Blackhead Lighthouse is located atop a spectacular vertical cliff on a sharp headland at the northern entrance to Belfast Lough, about 4 km (2.5 mi) north of White Head, Northern Ireland. This magnificent tower is a proud example of Ireland's maritime heritage and was built in 1902, in the glory days of Belfast's shipping. The 15.5 m (51 ft) octagonal cylindrical granite tower is attached by a covered walkway to 2-story keeper's house. Additional keeper's houses and other buildings are available for vacation rental. The lighthouse was automated in 1979 and remains as impressive and powerful a navigation aid as ever.