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Cape Egmont Lighthouse

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Construction  cast iron tower
Characteristic  Fl W 8s.
Opened  1881
Focal height  33 m
Year first constructed  1881
Light source  mains power
Height  20 m
Range  35,188 m
Automated  1986
Cape Egmont Lighthouse
Location  Cape Egmont, North Island, New Zealand
Tower shape  cylindrical tower with balcony and lantern
Markings / pattern  white tower and lantern
Address  377-379 Cape Rd, Pungarehu 4685, New Zealand
Similar  Pencarrow Head Lighthouse, Castle Point Lighthouse, Mount Taranaki, Te Rewa Rewa Bridge, Mana Island

Cape egmont lighthouse


Cape Egmont Lighthouse is a lighthouse at Cape Egmont in the Taranaki Region of the North Island of New Zealand. It is owned and operated by Maritime New Zealand. The light was manufactured by Simpson & Co., Pimlico, London, in 1864 and erected on Mana Island to the north west of Porirua in 1865, but it was sometimes confused with the Pencarrow Head light at the entrance to Wellington Harbour and in 1877 the light was dismantled and moved to Cape Egmont.

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The light was demanned and fully automated in 1986.

Cape egmont lighthouse dji phantom view


References

Cape Egmont Lighthouse Wikipedia


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