Isle of May Lighthouse
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The rocky island of Isle of May, located about 8 km east of Anstruther in the northern
entrance to the Firth of Forth, is a bird and seal sanctuary, the
Isle of May
National Nature Reserve.
Lighthouse is located at the highest point of the island.
There is a second lighthouse Isle of May Low located at the easternmost point
of the island and where the keeper's house accommodates a resident warden. This
lighthouse was replaced by the North Carr
lightship in 1887.
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