Living In The Past

The living room in the historic Yaquina Bay Lighthouse, evokes its 19th century past. The lighthouse was built in Newport, Oregon in 1871 and decommissioned only three years later. It is believed to be the oldest structure in Newport and the only wooden lighthouse in Oregon that is still standing.
The living room in the historic Yaquina Bay Lighthouse, evokes its 19th century past. The lighthouse was built in Newport, Oregon in 1871 and decommissioned only three years later. It is believed to be the oldest structure in Newport and the only wooden lighthouse in Oregon that is still standing.
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Antique Stove In The Yaquina Head Lighthouse

An antique stove is the centerpiece of the kitchen at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. The lighthouse, constructed in 1872, stands 93 feet tall and is built on a narrow promontory of land sitting nearly a mile out into the Pacific Ocean. It is Oregon's tallest lighthouse. The oil-burning lamp has been replaced with this 1000-watt globe at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse but the light still shines every night to alert mariners to this hazardous stretch of coastline.
An antique stove is the centerpiece of the kitchen at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. The lighthouse, constructed in 1872, stands 93 feet tall and is built on a narrow promontory of land sitting nearly a mile out into the Pacific Ocean. It is Oregon’s tallest lighthouse. The oil-burning lamp has been replaced with this 1000-watt globe at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse but the light still shines every night to alert mariners to this hazardous stretch of coastline.
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A Lightkeeper’s Tools

A kerosene lamp an a pair of spectacles sit on a table of the workroom at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. The lighthouse, constructed in 1872, stands 93 feet tall and is built on a narrow promontory of land sitting nearly a mile out into the Pacific Ocean. It is Oregon's tallest lighthouse. The oil-burning lamp has been replaced with this 1000-watt globe at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse but the light still shines every night to alert mariners to this hazardous stretch of coastline.
A kerosene lamp an a pair of spectacles sit on a table of the workroom at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse. The lighthouse, constructed in 1872, stands 93 feet tall and is built on a narrow promontory of land sitting nearly a mile out into the Pacific Ocean. It is Oregon’s tallest lighthouse. The oil-burning lamp has been replaced with this 1000-watt globe at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse but the light still shines every night to alert mariners to this hazardous stretch of coastline.
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