By the Atlantic coast, in the heart of natural reserve Pointe Saint Gildas, this post become a semaphore station in 1862, later converted into a light house in 1954. Still in use today, it’s automated and remote controlled.
Except the top level where the light stands, the rest of the building is a museum, so can be visited.
5 thoughts on “Semaphore”
very near me beautiful coasts of the Loire Atlantique and we have one similar in our St Gildas in the Morbihan Breton!
I know Morbihan has many interesting beautiful places
Good for you lol! its my dept 56!!!
The Gulf south of me is Unesco listed just out of this world!
My Morbihan !!!!
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