Sitting precariously on top of rocks with its 134ft high tower and rotating light beaming out into Dublin Bay; the view from our offices in the Baily Lighthouse is just incredible.
The lighthouse was the last in Ireland to be converted to automatic operation and the lighthouse keepers were withdrawn from the Baily on 24th March 1997. From the nautical artwork of shipwrecks on the walls, to the portraits of coastal watch keepers and the navigation & signalling equipment gathered over 200 years, there is a deep history of accident prevention and emergency response in the building.
The view from our desks looks out across Dublin Bay towards the capital city - it’s so incredible, we had to set up a live webcam to share it with you! The image will automatically refresh every few seconds:
Our live camera is hosted by Camworx Live who make it easy to provide live streaming video feeds to the web. The image will refresh automatically.
World-wide, thousands of emergency responders use our software system daily to help their organizations better prevent, manage, prepare, and analyze incidents.
The connectivity of modern technology allows this exposed outcrop of rock on the East Coast of Ireland to remotely serve global customers such as Tier 1 Oil Exploration, Fire Fighters, Hazmat Workers, Chemical Responders, Helicopter operations, Coast Guard, Heavy Urban SAR, Search & Rescue, State Task Forces, Sheriff Departments, and beyond.
We’re just 25 minutes from Dublin International Airport, and Dublin City Center. You can write, visit, or send nice packages to:
The Baily Lighthouse
This property and surrounding area is private, and managed as an active aid to navigation by the Commissioner Of Irish Lights. Please contact us directly for entry permission, driving directions and parking arrangements.
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