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King Island’s Currie Lighthouse | Lynn B. Walsh

by Lynn Buckler Walsh

A little monochrome treatment for Currie lighthouse which operated from 1880 to 1989. The other building, now the King Island Museum, was the lighthousekeeper’s residence. Shipwrecks were common back in the day. The 40 degree latitude runs across King Island. It’s not hard to see why the Roaring Forties were named.

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Artist, Photographer, World Traveler: About Lynn B. Walsh

Lynn is an artist, photographer, and traveler who blogs about whatever sparks her interest: life, books, writing, food, images, ideas, art, politics, travel, and history.



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