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North Sea Lights

North Sea Lights
Morten Hahn-Pedersen (Ed.)
Esbjerg: Fiskeri- og Søfartsmuseet
Published by the Association of North Sea Cities – Maritime Museums Network

1. Auflage 2003, 103 Seiten, 97 Abbildungen, davon 50 in Farbe, 24 x 22 cm, Hardcover, gebunden, 610 g
ISBN 87-90982-12-6
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The lighthouse service had its beginnings in classical antiquity in the Mediterranean Sea area and the Romans introduced the first lighthouses in the North Sea region at Dover in England in the last first century or early second century AD.

However, the building of lighthouses around the North Sea did not start before the 13th century, when the Hansa florished. The golden age of North Sea lighthouses was the 19th century when the industrial revolution and colonization caused an enormous expansion in merchant shipping.

By the end of the 20th century the transition from terrestrial and astronomical to electronic and satellite navigation systems reduced the need for lightships and lighthouses. Light after light were switched off and many lighthouses ended up as historical monuments.

Given the form of a pictorial narrative this book tells the story of North Sea Lights in the eight countries surrounding our common sea.

David Bett, The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses, Fraserburgh
Arthur Credland, Hull Maritime Museum
Katia Di Giandomenico, Port Museum, Dunkirk
Kristien Hulstaert, National Maritime Museum of Belgium, Antwerp
Frits Loomeijer, Maritime Museum, Rotterdam
Uwe Schnall & Lars Scholl, German Maritime Museum, Bremerhaven
Morten Hahn-Pedersen, Fisheries and Maritime Museum, Esbjerg
Bjørn Arild Hansen Ersland, Stavanger Maritime Museum