Lime Point Light, Lighthouse in California
Description: Lime Point Light is a historic lighthouse located at the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge.
History: It was originally established in 1883 as a fog signal station.
Culture: The lighthouse plays a significant role in maritime navigation for the San Francisco Bay.
Practical: Although not open to the public, it can be viewed from nearby points such as Vista Point.
Did you know ?: The Lime Point Light is directly attached to the base of the northern anchorage of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Sources: Wikimedia, OpenStreetMap
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