Corbiere Radio tower with Corbiere Lighthouse in the back ground.
Built during the Second World War by German Occupying Army, the radio tower has been sympathetically restored in a German modernist Bauhaus style with a concrete staircase winding through the building over six floors to a spiral staircase which takes you to the top floor. Original features include observation slots on the seaward side and steel doors on the ground floor. From 1976, the Tower was adapted for use by Jersey Harbours and Airport Committee who added the panoramic, glass-panelled control room so duty officers could monitor radio communication for vessels using the English Channel.
Now the radio tower is avaiable for holidays with 360 degree views, stunning in all weather condtions
La Corbiere Radio Tower, Jersey Channel Islands
The print is availble in A4, A3 and A2. It is printed on 190gsm white uncoated offset. The paper is FSC certified and comes from sustainable resources.
Frames are custom made in Jersey and can be supplied in black, white or wood frames in the following sizes:
- 38mm wide x 12 mm deep (flat)
- 30mm wide x 20mm deep (chunky)
All frames are finished with a white mount, acrylic glazing, ready to hang.
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