|"Trinidad Head Lighthouse"
"Pearched on a sheer rock headland nearly
two hundred feet above the sea; Trinidad Head Lighthouse began beaming
it's light through a 4th order Fresnel lens on December 1871 to a range
of 20 miles out to sea. In 1947, a modern optic was installed and
the fog bell replaced by an ear-splitting air horn. Though the original
lighthouse is closed to the public, it can be seen from Hightway 101 South
of Trinidad, California."
Original Oil Painting
21" X 24"
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