New Photography Book To Celebrate Trinity House’s 500th Anniversary

Light Through A Lens: An Illustrated Celebration of 500 Years of Trinity House

By Neil Jones & Paul Ridgway

Foreword by HRH The Princess Royal, Master of Trinity House

Published by Adlard Coles Nautical on 11 September 2014

Light Through A Lens spine and coverTo celebrate the 500th anniversary of Trinity House’s incorporation by Royal Charter, the Corporation has teamed up with celebrated nautical publisher Adlard Coles Nautical to create a handsome photographic book featuring 160 pages of the best photography from the Corporation’s own archive.

The fascinating images—many of which have never been seen by the public before—seek to show some of the unusual diversity of the ancient, complex and somewhat misunderstood institution, with accompanying passages to describe what happened during five eventful centuries at sea and around the coastline of England, Wales and the Channel Islands.

This photographic account of these remarkable structures dotted around the most vulnerable stretches of coastline is to be treasured by anyone who finds the haunting beam of a lighthouse at sea an immensely comforting sight, as well as walkers and families for whom a lighthouse on the landscape is a completely irresistible draw.

The book is now available from the Bloomsbury website or from various book retailers!

Light Through A Lens front cover

Light Through A Lens front cover

Light Through A Lens internal pages

Light Through A Lens internal pages

Light Through A Lens internal pages

Light Through A Lens internal pages

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