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The Spurn Lightship (LV No. 12) is a lightvessel (i.e. a ship used as a lighthouse) currently anchored in Hull Marina in the British city of Kingston upon Hull, England. The ship was built in 1927 and served for 48 years as a navigation aid in the approaches of the Humber Estuary, where it was stationed 4 1⁄2 miles (7.2 km) east of Spurn Point.
The lightship looks fantastic when it's all lit up at night. Such a good thing to have in the city!
Gorgeous piece of design with a really awesome historical background and story. Be aware it’s very rarely open these days so do your research for open times and dates. It takes about 10 minutes to walk the whole ship and it’s over pretty quick but it’s not your normal museum experience.
This bad boy really lit up my spurn.
Really nice to see it in such good condition but needs a big sign up to say you can actually go on it.
Nice to visit, but catching it when it is open is difficult. Council cutbacks I guess?
Great rest place
Great staff, not a lot stuff to sea but always a good look around.