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Wellington region, New Zealand.
A grand old lady of a lighthouse cast iron Cape Palliser lighthouse has stood on the cliffs here since 1897 - and she's still shining strong. Climb the 253 steps to see her up close. Spare a thought for the early lighthouse keepers who had to haul oil and kerosene cans up a dirt track before the steps went in! 


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Totally understand that one Sparky :-) Thanks and hugs


Beautiful puzzle - excuse me if i see her from afar -253 step - wow ♥♥♥ love and hugs my friend ♥♥♥


Lunie I am glad you are enjoying them, thanks.


Thanks Marina, glad you couldn’t resist this one ;-)


You also have lots of beautiful Lighthouses Jill...Thanks for sharing,


Can't really resist an old lighthouse. Thanks.


Love your description Janet, “bright and fabulous” Cool, ☺️❤️


Thanks you Ed, pleased you liked it, Jill


Mother so we swam in the same ocean, just a very long way away from each other. Thanks for sharing.


You are right Donna it is a really good size one and that person does give perspective. Glad you enjoyed it, thanks ☺️


Yep Jaklien, with you there ☺️☺️


What a beauty thanks Jill, bright and fabulous! Hugs my friend ♥


That's a beauty, Jillian.

She's a beautiy all right! I used to live on Vancouver Island. My family would drive over to the Pacific Ocean on weekends and swim and have a picnic lunch. Thanks for your post JillianB.


This is a lot larger than it looks. I see the person standing by the doorway and it dwarfs that person. Great lighthouse. Thanks Jill. dj


I'd let all those stairs pass me by too ☺


Thank you Mr Ambassador, you are a bright spark yourself :-)


Lol a big wick indeed. Do know that the original fresnel lens is still being used. Changed from oil to diesel in 1954, then to electricity in 1967. Thanks for stopping by Fingerbreaker


Fantastic lighthouse Lady Jillian and great information, thanks very illuminating......B


Kerosene? There must have been a big wick on the lamp for the light to be seen out to sea.