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Discussion in 'Photos' started by DRZ400SK4, May 11, 2007.
The southernmost lighthouse on the African continent, L'Agulhas
Port St. Joe FL
Shelter Cove, Northern Cailf.
Hook Lighthouse, Ireland. Apparently the oldest working lighthouse structure in the world.
Cape Palliser Lighthouse
The most southern point of North Island New Zealand
My favorite NC Lighthouse, beautiful setting. Enjoy OBX - if you are there.
Thanks ! Arrived home Sunday.
Tallest Lighthouse in Grays Harbor Washington & the ever faithful TW : )))
Peninsula Point Michigan
My Great Grandfather was stationed there (coast guard) in the 1880's.
It's a lovely place to visit but would be a harsh place to spend the winter, especially in those days.
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The Port Clinton Lighthouse is the last remaining timber frame pier light on Lake Erie. These were once common on our inland seas, but today, only four of these unique structures remain on the Great Lakes.
This lighthouse was in operation from 1896 to 1952. It has been full restored and still has a fully functioning fifth-order Fresnel lens.
https://pt.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Farol_do_Penedo_da_Saudade the view from the top
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Milnerton, Cape Town, South Africa
Lighthouse, built in 1905, on the outer sea wall at Hodbarrow, Cumbria.