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Vlieland, The Netherlands. 1909 (station established 1836). Active; focal plane 54 m (177 ft); white light, 2 s on, 2 s off. 17 m (55 ft) round cast iron tower with lantern and double gallery, painted red; lantern is white with a red dome. 1st order Fresnel lens in use. An observation tower stands next to the lighthouse. The earlier history of Vlieland lights is not well known at all; there are references to lights at least as early as 1543.

Lighthouse village on the Dutch island of Texel, Northern Holland. (Highland cattle grazing in the Dunes of Texel next to the lighthouse of Texel)