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100 - Oregon Lighthouses (Print with color photos)
Photograph America Newsletter on Oregon Lighthouses
 
Nine lighthouses line the Oregon Coast, protecting mariners by warning passing ships of treacherous reefs and hidden shoals. One-hundred-and-fifty years ago, there was a need to safeguard merchant vessels. Hundreds of sailing ships with primitive navigational aids ran aground before the first lighthouse or foghorn was built to mark harbor entrances or warn off ships too close to shore. Most of these lighthouses still stand and some continue to operate as warning beacons to passing ships. Dramatic headlands and rocky points where tall white towers raise their beacons high above swirling mists and sea spray make fascinating subjects for photographers traveling along America's most beautiful coastline.
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Nine light houses line the Oregon Coast, protecting mariners by warning passing ships of treacherous reefs and hidden shoals. Dramatic headlands and rocky points where tall white towers raise their beacons high above swirling mists and sea spray make fascinating subjects for photographers traveling along America's most beautiful coastline.
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Locations
  • Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge
  • Bayocean Peninsula
  • Columbia River Maritime Museum
  • Cannon Beach, Oregon
  • Cape Arago Lighthouse
  • Cape Blanco Lighthouse
  • Cape Disappointment Lighthouse
  • Cape Meares Lighthouse
  • Coos Bay
  • Coquille River Lighthouse
  • Dead Man's Cove
  • Devil's Elbow State Park
  • Ecola State Park
  • Gregory Point
  • Heceta Head Lighthouse
  • Lake Marie
  • Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center
  • North Head Lighthouse
  • Seaside, Oregon
  • Tillamook Rock Lighthouse
  • Umpqua River Lighthouse
  • Yaquina Bay Lighthouse
  • Yaquina Head Lighthouse
  • Yaquina River Bridge