Gribbin Head Daymark
Cornwall, UK, 1832
This daymark was erected to avoid the danger of mistaking Gribbin Head for a nearby headland allowing access to a safe harbour. It is administered by English Heritage and has recently been renovated. It is open at various times of the year and can be climbed.
|Cornwall, UK||50° 18.99′ N
04° 40.46’ W
|1:250||7cm||14||1 x A4||3 [Moderate]|