Port Ellen Lighthouse

Inscription: 

YE WHO MID STORMS AND TEMPESTS STRAY IN
DANGERS MIDNIGHT HOUR.
BEHOLD WHERE SHINES THIS FRIENDLY RAY AND
HAIL ITS GUARDIAN TOWER.
TIS BUT FAINT EMBLEM OF HER LIGHT MY FOND
AND FAITHFUL GUIDE.
WHOSE SWEET EXAMPLE MEEKIN BRIGHT LED
THROUGH THIS WORLDS EVENTFUL TIDE MY HAPPY COURSE ARIGHT.
AND STILL MY GUIDING STAR SHE LIVES IN REALMS
OF BLISS ABOVE.
STILL TO MY HEART BLEST INFLUENCE GIVES AND
PROMPTS TO DEEDS OF LOVE.
TIS SHE THAT BIDS ME ON THE STEEP KINDLE THIS
BEACONS FLAME.
TO LIGHT THE WANDERER O`ER THE DEEP WHO SAFE
SHALL BLESS HER NAME.
SO MAY SWEET VIRTUE LEAD YOUR WAY THAT
WHEN LIFE`S VOYAGE IS O`ER.
SECURE LIKE HER WITH HER YOU MAY ATTAIN THE
HEAVENLY SHORE.

Erected by: 
Walter Frederick Campbell (husband)
Designed by: 
David Hamilton and Son, Architects
Date: 
1832
Material: 
stone
Location:
Carraig Fhada at Kilnaughton Bay, across the bay from Port Ellen
Isle of Islay