The Point Reyes Lighthouse
What a stunning place to see. It was a real nice day in Point Reyes, so you could see for miles. The Point Reyes Headlands jut 10 miles (16 km) out to sea and pose a threat to ships traveling between San Francisco Bay and locations to the north. The historic Point Reyes Lighthouse was built in 1870 to warn mariners of this navigational hazard and served for 105 years. The Point Reyes Lighthouse was retired from service in 1975 when the U.S. Coast Guard installed an automated light adjacent and below the historic tower. The Coast Guard then transferred ownership of the lighthouse to the National Park Service, which has taken on the job of preserving this fine specimen of our maritime heritage.
I have lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for over 50 years. I bring my Subs on a journey to discover the Bay Area and sometimes beyond it through my eyes. I will show you the little details of this wonderful area I live in. Follow me on my Journey.
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