51° 03.974' N, 004° 11.382' W (not for navigation purposes)
Crow Point Lighthouse gives a guide to vessels navigating the Taw and Torridge estuary in North Devon.
It is a small tubular steel structure with the light just 7.6 metres above Mean High Water.
Originally powered by acetylene gas Crow Point was converted to solar power in 1987. specified rates of dues to to be paid (voluntarily) by the owners of passing vessels.
|Height Of Tower||5 Metres|
|Height Of Light Above Mean High Water||7.6 Metres|
|Optic||300MM Fixed Drum Lens|
|Character||Flash RW every 2.5 Seconds|
|Range Of Light||6 nautical miles|