Los Angeles Lighthouses
The three Los Angeles light stations were positioned to guide ships around the the Rocky Palos Verdes coastline and into the Los Angeles harbor:
🎈1874 Point Fermin
🎈1913 Angeles Gate
🎈1926 Point Vicente
Point Fermin remained active until 1941. Both Angeles Gate and Point Vicente are still operational today.
I recommend to join the tour to Point Fermin Lighthouse. Guided tours are offered every hour at 1:00, 2:00, and 3.00 P.M. on Tuesday through Sunday. It's worth a visit!
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Had a great night down at Cape Otway celebrating its 170th birthday and seeing the light relit, but also saddened to learn that Peter Scott, the last Light Keeper of Cape Otway, passed away on Wednesday. My parents always spoke so highly of him and he is someone I always wished that I could of met in my adult life. This is my Mum, my brother and myself with Peter on a visit to Cape Otway circa 1991 🌊✨
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