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|Located at the westernmost point in the state, this was Oregon's first lighthouse.|
|This Italian Renaissance style lighthouse is unique on the West Coast. To celebrate Bandon's centennial, a new light was lit in the tower.|
Be sure to visit our Sunset Series page, capturing a magnificent red sunset behind the lighthouse. And if you missed Christmas in Bandon, see our Coquille Christmas page.
|Oregon's most-photographed lighthouse, it also serves as a Bed & Breakfast. It's 1.1 million candlepower lantern is the most powerful in the state.|
|This hundred-year-old light has a first-order Fresnel lens that flashes red and white. Its design was patterned after the Heceta Head lighthouse.|
Don't miss the photos and video of this lighthouse at Christmas!
|Constructed a few years before its taller sibling, the Yaquina Bay lighthouse is said to be haunted.|
|Yaquina Head is the tallest lighthouse on the Oregon coast, and boasts a first-order Fresnel lens that stands more than twelve feet tall. It was built using plans from the Pigeon Point lighthouse.|
Last modified: May 23, 2005
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