Rattray Head Lighthouse

Situated just 10 miles North of Peterhead, Rattray Head is a relatively secluded beach on the northeast coast of Scotland. It’s main attraction is the Lighthouse which stands 14m above the water. A cool bit of history relating to the lighthouse is that it was bombed 3 times by an enemy plane during World War 2. The lantern was machine gunned and surprisingly no one was injured during the attack.

Ratray Head Lighthouse

Small 21 x 29.7 cm


Rattray Head lighthouse

Medium 29.7 x 42 cm


Rattray Head Lighthouse

Large 42 x 59.4 cm


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