APN358958

R350.00R18,000.00

Port Shepstone Lighthouse. KwaZulu Natal South Coast.Natal South Africa. This 8 metre circular cast iron tower is painted with a black and white checkered design. The lighthouse is equipped with a radio beacon and is fully automatic. The Port Shepstone lighthouse was developed out of a signal station, which was used during the time that Port Shepstone was an operating Harbour. The signal Station was replaced by the present cast iron structure of the lighthouse in 1906. This structure came from higher up the coast (at Scottburgh) where it had been used to mark the southern end of the Aliwal Shoal. The lighthouse has a range of 26 sea miles, and 1 130 000 CD light power. The Revolving electric light flashes 1 flash every 6 seconds. The focal plane is 24 meters above sea level.

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