Dovercourt Lighthouses, Essex Giclée Travel Poster
Giclée travel poster of the High and Low Lighthouses in Dovercourt, Essex - more commonly referred to simply as the Dovercourt Lighthouses. A pair of cast-iron towers, the Dovercourt Lighthouses were built by Trinity House in 1863 to guide ships using the busy port in Harwich around Languard Point, and were used for such through to 1917 when they were discontinued. They were restored in the 1980s by the High Steward's Lighthouse Appeal.
The Dovercourt Lighthouses are an iconic sight on the beach of Dovercourt, which is a small seaside town that is sometimes considered to be part of Harwich. A popular destination for caravan holidays and for day trips to the beach, Dovercourt is known for its shingle beaches.
This Dovercourt illustration by Essex artist Tom Wisdom is a high-quality Giclée travel poster. For our classic art print of Dovercourt, click here.
12x16" print shown. Cropping and title position (if applicable) may differ slightly on 'A' size prints.