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  • Flamenco Island (Pacific Signal Station)
    Flamenco Island (Pacific Signal Station)
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    Ship next to island
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    by grandmaR Updated Mar 6, 2013

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    Favorite thing: I love to take photos of lighthouses, and the Panama Canal is a particularly rich place for lighthouses. When I saw this little building set into the side of the hill, I took some pictures but I wasn't really sure whether it was a lighthouse or not because usually lighthouses are at the top of hills and not in the middle. But it is a lighthouse, built in the 1920s and it is an active lighthouse at that.

    It has alternating white and red lights, osculating every 5 seconds. The lantern is mounted directly on the face of a steep bluff. It is on an island about 5 mi southeast of the Canal entrance. Because of that my photos were taken early in the morning when there wasn't much light. The island, site of a popular restaurant and marina, is connected to the mainland by the Amador Causeway, but we don't know if there is any public access to the signal station area.

    Flamenco Island (Pacific Signal Station) Flamenco Island (Pacific Signal Station) Lighthouse set in the hill Ship next to island Building at the top of the hill
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