Product images of Convoy arriving off St Anthony's lighthouse, Falmouth
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Convoy arriving off St Anthony's lighthouse, Falmouth
This is an interpretation of an Atlantic convoy arriving at Falmouth, Cornwall, during 1942. Falmouth saw considerable activity between 1942 and 1943, since there was a naval base on Beacon Hill, and the Battle of the Atlantic was underway. Saint Anthony's Head Lighthouse, situated at the eastern side of the entrance to Falmouth Harbour, warns ships of the Black Rock in the centre of the channel into Falmouth Harbour and of the Manacles, the rocks south of the harbour entrance.
- Image reference: BHC1664
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London