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The ruined harbour and the rings cut into the rock by Robert Stevenson
to aid in the construction of the North Carr Beacon in 1813-16.
From closer in the detail becomes clearer.
The annotation gives you an idea of the sizes and depths of the cuts.
Two ground-level views, one at low tide and the other near a full spring tide.
As you can see, there were difficulties with the site chosen.
Finally, looking north towards the Tide Mill with the harbour on the right.
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