Admiralty Head Lighthouse, Fort Casey State Park, Washington. Built in 1902, the lighthouse peers out over the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the entrance to the Puget Sound, toward the Olympic Mountains and incoming waves of the Pacific. It is a deactivated aid to navigation. Originally built in 1858, it has been rebuilt twice and relocated once, to its current site. The last reconstruction was meant to withstand earthquakes and the concussion from Fort Casey’s guns. In 2012 reconstruction of the lantern house was accurately installed atop the tower. The work was carried out by student volunteers from three Whidbey Island high schools. Fort Casey was part of the harbor defense of Puget Sound.
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