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Brockton Point Lighthouse, Vancouver

Categories: Lighthouses, Tourist Spots
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Brockton Point Lighthouse is located in Stanley Park, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The light was first established at the location in 1890. A square tower, painted white with a red horizontal stripe, was built in 1914. The lighthouse was designed by William P. Anderson and has a red lantern and an arched base with a walkway underneath. The light has been officially inactive since 2008 but may still be displayed occasionally for detractive purposes.The site is owned by the Canadian Coast Guard and has been managed by the Vancouver Parks Board since 2006.
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  • Walked past as part of our walk on the seawall. Nothing too exciting about. Difficult to photograph as its on the North Point of the park. Look but don't make a special trip to see it. 
  • It is a pretty lighthouse located in Stanley Park along the walkway around the perimeter of the park. 
  • When we were in Stanley Park, we went to the lighthouse and sea wall area. The lightouse is red and white. It was initially built in 1855. At that time it was a manned lighthouse. it now has an automa...  read more »
  • A must see. Must visit - Seclusion, lush greenery & quaint neighborhoods. Resembles parts of Westwood California. Featured in "The Crush" starring Alicia Silverstone, Cary Elwes, Jennifer Ruben, Kurtwood Smith, & Amber Benson.
  • Nice area for some short hikes and walks with great views of the city.
  • Great vantage point from which to see Vancouver. Lions Gate Bridge all the way to Canada Place.
  • Great spot to view the cruise ships as they head to Alaska.
  • Pretty here and if you're going to stop and park, make sure you pay for parking. You can see the lion's gate bridge and the port of metro Vancouver.
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