The houses and stations which utilize a light beacon as a means of aiding maritime navigation.
Information on materials, lantern room and optics, with cut-away diagram of lighthouse side view.
Gary P. Richardson and Anna P. Klein present over 1500 photographs, together with information, maps, and directions, on lighthouses mainly in North America, with some in Europe.
Former member of U.S. Coast Guard provides lighthouse history, the basics on aids to navigation, and other subjects.
Published by the US Government as a practical aid to maintenance of historic lighthouses. Explains the materials and construction techniques used in different types of lighthouse.
Electronic version of the international lighthouse magazine. Includes photographs, features, news, tours, cruises and the Doomsday List of endangered lighthouses. Archive of past issues.
Atmospheric photographs of lighthouses in North America and Ireland, organised by area, with history and description, from William A. Britten.
Tour of lighthouses from Cape Columbine to Danger Point, including Robben Island.
Extensive amount of information and photographs of lighthouses from around the world.
Robert de Via gives lighthouse facts and trivia, a glossary of terms, some photographs and links to related sites.
Provides information, photographs and links for more than 8,300 of the world's lighthouses. List maintained by Russ Rowlett and the University of North Carolina.
Newsletter, publications and information on the executive board, subscriptions and membership.
Comprehensive listings from 84 countries.
Community for collecting photos of lighthouses around the world.
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