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Trinidad Head Light (Replica)

“Trinidad, California”

Built: 1948

“The ‘real’ Trinidad head Lighthouse is a very small tower which sits high up on a headland along California’s north coast. Built in 1871, it is still in operation today, but is off-limits to the public. The town of Trinidad built this replica in 1948 in a more accessible location to the public. It houses the original fourth-order lens removed from the ‘real’ lighthouse in 1947. The station’s 1898 fog bell sits next to it.”

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Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey
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Photographs by Donald W. Carter
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