Vintage Postcards featuring Buildings – Part 2

Two Vintage Postcards featuring Buildings.

1st Postcard – posted in 1920:

From Wikipedia:

Port Askaig (Scottish Gaelic: Port Asgaig) is a port village on the east coast of the island of Islay, in Scotland.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_Askaig

The Port Askaig Hotal as it is now: http://www.portaskaig.co.uk/

More information on Dunlossit Castle: http://blog.islayinfo.com/article.php/dunlossit-castle-house-on-the-hill

Port Askaig and Dunlossit Castle, Islay
Port Askaig and Dunlossit Castle, Islay
Port Askaig and Dunlossit Castle, Islay
Port Askaig and Dunlossit Castle, Islay

2nd Postcard – posted in 1931:

From Wikipedia:

It was lit on 24 April 1874, for the first time, and was the first lighthouse in the British Isles to be built of concrete. The lighthouse was built to designs by Sir John Coode.

The lighthouse tower is 19 m (62 ft) high and the lamp stands 36 m (119 ft) above high water spring tides. The beam has a reach of 18 nmi (33 km), and was automated in 1976.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Corbi%C3%A8re

Corbiere Lighthouse, Jersey
Corbiere Lighthouse, Jersey
Corbiere Lighthouse, Jersey
Corbiere Lighthouse, Jersey
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