Digital painting of Covesea Lighthouse from Lossiemouth West Beach. West Beach in Lossiemouth, Scotland, is a beautiful coastal location known for its sandy shores and interesting historical features. During World War II, it played a significant role in the defense of the UK. The beach is lined with wartime defenses such as anti-tank obstacles and pillboxes, which stand as reminders of the area's military past.
One of the notable landmarks is the covered lighthouse, known as Covesea Skerries Lighthouse. This distinctive structure, built in 1846, is protected by a unique pyramid-shaped cover that shields it from the harsh coastal elements. It adds character to the beach and is a striking sight against the sea's backdrop. West Beach offers a mix of natural beauty and historical intrigue, making it a fascinating destination for visitors.
February 4th, 2022
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