By Willard Flint
Of the few individuals steeped within the wisdom of this little recognized department of the Lighthouse provider, Mr. Flint needs to definitely be thought of the chief. within the 1980’s Mr. Flint released the definitive ancient list of all lightships and stations for the Coast shield and this excellent pamphlet stems from that exercise. jam-packed with 29 distinctive b/w images, this publication chronicles many of the vital background, failures and existence aboard those vessels. an excellent book.
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