South Lookout Tower Aldeburgh Beach

Chris Thaxter

Hendon, United Kingdom

Artist's Description

The South Lookout Tower is a 19th Century grade 2 listed building on the beach at Aldeburgh Suffolk, England.
It is a rendered and colourwashed brick, with a slate roof.
It was built by a coal company in 1830, and has been used as a lookout post for pilots.
That was the purpose of the building in its day but since then it has been used as a coastguard station and writers and artists have used it.

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