Brockton Point Lighthouse
Brockton Point lighthouse
|Year first constructed||1890 (first)|
|Year first lit||1915 (current)|
|Tower shape||square tower|
|Markings / pattern||white tower with a horizontal red band, red lantern|
|Height||105 metres (344 ft)|
|CHS number||ex-CCG 0402|
|Managing agent||City of Vancouver (Stanley Park) |
Brockton Point Lighthouse is located in Stanley Park, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The light was first established at the location in 1890. A square tower, painted white with a red horizontal stripe, was built in 1914. The lighthouse was designed by William P. Anderson and has a red lantern and an arched base with a walkway underneath. The light has been officially inactive since 2008 but may still be displayed occasionally for decorative purposes.
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- "Lighthouses of Canada: British Columbia". The University of North Carolina. Retrieved 16 December 2014.
- "Brockton Point, BC". Lighthouse Friends. Retrieved 16 December 2014.
- Aids to Navigation Canadian Coast Guard
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