Little Cumbrae Lighthouse
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There is only one lighthouse standing today,
but the remains of the first lighthouse from one of the first Scottish
lighthouses built in 1757, Cumaradh Beag, is also here. The current
lighthouse is located on Lighthouse
Hill, the highest point of the island, at an elevation of about 123 metres.
Its construction was supervised by Robert Stevenson
in 1793, thus inaugurating the Stevenson family's long association with
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