Inchcape lighthouse lies out to sea off the east coast of Arbroath, Scotland, It stands on one of the most treacherous submerged reefs in the northern hemisphere and is one of the seven wonders of the industrial age.
Robert Stevenson, a pioneering young engineer, overcame many obstacles to build a lighthouse on Inchcape rock that had claimed over 100 lives. It was completed in 1811 and is still standing today saving lives.
100 years later, inspired by Stevenson’s pioneering spirit, James Lyle Mackay when awarded a title for his services to industry became the first ‘Baron Inchcape of Strathnaver’ and named the company that he founded after the rock – Inchcape.
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