The Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse in Trinidad, California, was moved from danger this past January from its previous eroding location to a nearby temporary location.
The Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse is a near exact replica of the Trinidad Head Lighthouse and was dedicated June 26, 1949. The fog bell, which came from the original lighthouse and was on display by the Trinidad Memorial Lighthouse, was also moved from the eroding bluff. (Photos by Mark McKenna, courtesy North Coastal Journal.)
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