Point King lighthouse 1858-1911

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Henry Scoggin on April 1, 2012

Cool old buildings, Are there any views from out of the windows?

cindy555 on April 2, 2012

Nice one..LIKED

Marin

romulus111 on April 2, 2012

The very nice photo like Greetings from Poland Romulus

InTheBush on April 3, 2012

I LIKE :-)

jockswa on April 6, 2012

Spot-on! Lk.

Derek Graham on April 9, 2012

This is a nice shot GG. It is good to see that they have kept this spak filla'd up. Unfortunately they probably can't put a roof on it as it would attract free loaders.

patano on April 12, 2012

I like this beautiful shot,

very good enquadre and nice view !

Congratulations, you earned my

like!

Warm greetings from Paolo.

Have a nice day !

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GasGasL€X on April 12, 2012

Thanks all for your visits, Yes DG there was a bit of an overhaul on the old building some years ago but as you say there wont be a roof put on as malingerers would just move in...

Lee Gill on April 12, 2012

I bet theres a great view up there, I'm glad to see its not been demolished and has been cleaned up :)

Henry Scoggin on April 14, 2012

Too bad about the roo It would make a great restoration for visitors to see.

Henry Scoggin on April 15, 2012

Oop's, I ment roof.

Very good photo! Like!

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 16, 2012

One could imagine the necessity for such a landmark especially at night..I've just checked out the location which shows the navigational difficulties in King George sound! It's a nice shot Lex :) L

Cheers

Jim

GasGasL€X on April 17, 2012

Thanks Jim, yes it is a difficult port to enter with a crooked dog leg channel. In 1977 a grain ship capitan decided to enter the port without help from our local pilot skipper and ran into the hill a few hundred meteres north of the channel.. Cheers to All!

InTheBush on April 17, 2012

Bet he had second thoughts about using the local pilot :-)

Michele Miccoli on April 17, 2012

Very nice shot!

LIKE

Ciao from Italia!

Michele

aaengst on April 18, 2012

When I saw the photo, I think of Scotland, there are many farms as ruins

ebi lutze on April 19, 2012

Hi Leszek ** With a lot of TLC one could live in again, I once renovated a place like that, L Regards Ebi

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 19, 2012

I hope the locals got the cargo off to help re-float it!

jim

GasGasL€X on April 20, 2012

Jim from my childhood memories I believe the ship used its bucket scoop to dump its cargo overboard & waited for high tide before the tug pulled it off the rocks...

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