Emmanuel Head Daymark


GB, Northumbria, 1810



The daymark at Emmanual Head on Holy Island was erected in 1810 to aid navigation along the coast of Northumbria. The 12m high white-painted stone pyramid was built by Trinity House and is probably the earliest purpose-built daymark on the east coast.

Technical Details

Location Position Height Built Character
Holy Island, Northumbria, UK 55? 41.15N

01? 46.83?۪ W

12m 1810 N/A

Model Details

Scale Height Pieces Sheets Difficulty (1-5)
1:250 5cm 10 1 x A4 3 [Moderate]

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