Washington Coast and Puget Sound Lighthouses
Six Lighthouse panels are printed from original paintings by Richard T. Lee.Panels are printed 8-1/2” x 11” on 200 thread count high quality cotton... washable and colorfast.
C.W. Leick designed Grays Harbor Lighthouse. Standing 107 feet tall, it is the tallest lighthouse in Washington, and the third tallest on the West Coast. The base of the lighthouse rests on a 12 foot-thick foundation of sandstone. 135 metal stairs bolted to the wall lead to the lantern room. The Fresnel lens assembly originally floated in a trough containing twenty gallons of mercury. This setup provided near frictionless movement and allowed the lens to be rotated by a weight that hung inside the tower.