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Point Montara Lighthouse On A Clear Day — Image 10-4

Often shrouded in heavy fog, the Point Montara Light Station has been a reliable beacon to ocean-going travelers, showing the way just south of the Golden Gate and warning of the rocky dangers below its cliff, for nearly a century and a half. Not easily spotted from shore, Point Montara Lighthouse is found just off of California Highway 1 about 25 miles south of San Francisco between Montara and Moss Beach. The historic site was established as a Fog Signal Station in 1875. Most of the restored structures date back to the turn of the 19th century. The current thirty-foot tall cast iron lighthouse tower was erected in 1928. The now antique fourth order Fresnel lens light, first lit in 1912 in an earlier tower, was automated in 1970. The beautiful and historic location is preserved and operated by American Youth Hostels, California State Parks, and the U.S. Coast Guard.

A Giclée print available in 2 formats and price ranges.

Paper sizes and print prices
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