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Cape Canveral Lighthouse Restoration

Posted by: Kathy Fleming in Speaking Directly

I have heard from The Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Association, the lantern room has been hoisted back atop the Cape Canveral Lighthouse. The relighting is set to be scheduled in about a month after final work is completed.

Congratulations to the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse and the United States Air Force for fabulous work in this regard. This is a very unique and special tower at the Cape, and it deserves this kind of treatment. Here is a photo of the lantern at the bottom about to be hoisted up. George Diller, of the Florida Lighthouse Association, receives the photo credit on this remarkable image.

Cape Canveral Lighthouse Restoration


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