San Pedro: Point Fermin Lighthouse


Pictures from historical lighthouse in San Pedro,California.




2 thoughts on “San Pedro: Point Fermin Lighthouse

  1. C.O says:

    Wow! I am so grateful for your comment and information shared. I take joy in visiting some of these historic sites, and every time its amazing to me the architectural influence that early designers had in society.

    THANK YOU!!!

  2. Get Smart says:

    Paul J. Pelz, a draftsman for the US Lighthouse Board, designed the Stick Style Victorian lighthouse. The design was used for six lighthouses built between 1873 and 1874, of which three are still standing, East Brothers in San Francisco Bay, Hereford Light in New Jersey, and Point Fermin. The Stick Style is an early Victorian architectural style and is simpler in design and decoration than the later high Victorian period. It is characterized by its gabled roofs, horizontal siding, decorative cross beams and hand carved porch railings.

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