Lighthouse in Corolla, NC

On my way to get information on the wild horses in Corolla  my niece and I came across a lighthouse.

Currituck Beach Lighthouse was completed on December 1, 1875. This is still a functioning lighthouse that is owned by OBC (Outer Banks Conservationist).

Some facts:

  1.  There are 220 steps to the top
  2. 1,000,000 bricks
  3. Base of the lighthouse is over 5 1/2 feet thick
  4. Top of lighthouse is 3 feet thick

Check out Wikipedia for more facts.

Currituck Lighthouse

Currituck Lighthouse


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Posted on August 19, 2015, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. Very cool place.

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  2. very beautiful, love lighthouses!

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  3. You got a great shot of the lighthouse. Had to smile at your niece’s discovery. 🙂

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  4. So sorry you were sick! Hope you keep improving and welcome back!

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  5. Oh gosh! that is what happens when you are reading several blogs! SORRY! I mean glad you aren’t sick but sorry about the confusion, that was meant for the blog I had read right after yours! Love Lighthouses and thanks for sharing this one with us!

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  6. Calais? An unusual (and French) name.
    It was a city famous for the 100 year war between the english and the french.

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    • Unfortunately it is a spelling error (will correct). Her name is actually Caila (ki la). I like how I always learn something new when you comment. Keep it coming!


  7. Lovely shots by the by…

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