Duration: 1m 1s
Filesize: 0.9 Mb
Recorded: 17 November 2017
During David Fraser's time as a light keeper, he spent some time at Noss Head Lighthouse. He explains, "Working the light itself was the most important part of the job - it had to be kept burning during the hours of darkness".
David also describes the system of 'watches' throughout the day and night.
This brief extract is from a Wick Voices interview recorded in November 2017, running for 18m 30s.
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In another Wick Voices recording, Alex Smith shares some of his memories working as a lighthouse keeper.
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