Asenvågøy Lighthouse

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Asenvågøy Lighthouse
Asenvågøy fyrstasjon
Assenvaagoyfyr.jpg
View of the lighthouse
Asenvågøy Lighthouse is located in Trøndelag
Asenvågøy Lighthouse
Asenvågøy Lighthouse is located in Norway
Asenvågøy Lighthouse
Location Trøndelag, Norway
Coordinates 63°56′31″N 9°46′16″E / 63.9420°N 09.7712°E / 63.9420; 09.7712Coordinates: 63°56′31″N 9°46′16″E / 63.9420°N 09.7712°E / 63.9420; 09.7712
Year first constructed 1921
Automated 1975
Construction Wood
Tower shape Square tower
Markings / pattern White with red top
Height 14 metres (46 ft)
Focal height 30 metres (98 ft)
Intensity 33,300 candela
Range

Red: 10.2 nmi (18.9 km; 11.7 mi)
Green: 9.7 nmi (18.0 km; 11.2 mi)

White: 12.8 nmi (23.7 km; 14.7 mi)
Characteristic Oc WRG 6s
Admiralty number L1608
NGA number 8304
ARLHS number NOR-190
Norway number 478600
Managing agent Stiftelsen Frohavet Lysøysund Kystkultursenter

Asenvågøy Lighthouse or Asenvågsøya Lighthouse (Norwegian: Asenvågøy fyrstasjon) is a coastal lighthouse in the municipality of Bjugn in Trøndelag county, Norway. The lighthouse is located at the entrance to the Lauvøyfjorden about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) northwest of the village of Lysøysundet and about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) west of the island of Lauvøya. It was built in 1921, and it was automated in 1975.[1]

The 14-metre (46 ft) tall square tower is made out of wood and it is attached to a one-and-a-half story lighthouse keeper's house. The white tower has a red top with a light that sits at an elevation of 30 metres (98 ft) above sea level. The light flashes in white, red, and green (depending on direction) and it is occulting once every six seconds. The 33,300-candela light can be seen for up to 12.8 nautical miles (23.7 km; 14.7 mi). The site is only accessible by boat. The site is open, but the tower is closed to the public.[2][3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Wisting, Tor, ed. (2009-02-14). "Asenvågøy fyr". Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian). Kunnskapsforlaget. Retrieved 2018-03-01. 
  2. ^ Kystverket (2018). Norske Fyrliste (PDF) (in Norwegian). ISBN 9788245015959. 
  3. ^ Rowlett, Russ (19 July 2011). "Lighthouses of Norway: Trondheim Area". University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Retrieved 2018-03-01. 

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