The U.S. Coast Guard Museum in Washington, D. C. came up with this amazing shot of the Light Station in 1912. Compare it to the picture from September 2012 in the header — isn’t it amazing how the trees have closed in on the light station over the last hundred years? In fact, the Northwest Schooner Society has already removed a few trees that were too close to the historic buildings.
Photo courtesy of the United States Coast Guard. Click the image above to check out a larger version on our Flickr stream. You can also see many more pictures of the lighthouse and outbuildings there.