On This Day in Trinity House History – 22 July

1738

Repairs at Caistor Lighthouse

Trinity House Board Minute:

“Mr. Boult the agent and buoy keeper at Yarmouth had been over to Caistor [Lighthouse] to inspect the repairs which Mr. Fish (the Lt. Keeper) had proposed “to have done in a very expensive manner” to the amount of £45, but he thought they might be effectively carried out for £20, which the Mason and Carpenter would undertake them at. Ordered, that he should agree with them at that amount.”

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