Tarbet Ness Lighthouse
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This lighthouse is the third tallest in Scotland.
Built by Robert Stevenson, it was first oeprational in 1830.
It stands on the point
of a headland, northeast of Portmahomack, that separates Dornoch Firth from Moray Firth.
According to Highland folklore the site of this
lighthouse was used as a meeting place for witches covens and prior to that it
used to be a Roman Fort.
Photo by David
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