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Memento : Issue 21
11 september 2002 memento NAA: A9568, 1/11/1 about lighthouses? The drawing above shows the lighthouse on Montague Island, New South Wales. Designed by colonial architect James Barnet, the lighthouse boasts a granite tower that stands 19 metres high and rises 60 metres above sea level. The lighthouse has an intriguing construction history. Building blunders, material shortages and poor management led to an eight-year delay from the time the site was chosen until the building was completed in 1881. Plan of Montague Island showing position of lighthouse quarters. NAA: A9568, 1/11/5