Cape Pembroke Lighthouse, Stanley

#3 of 6 in Historic Sites in Falkland Islands
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  • Stood on the easternmost point of the Falkland Islands, this circa 1855 built cast iron tower is roughly 18 metres in height. From Stanley it’s about seven miles, on a road that’s fairly well...  more »
  • This is well worth a visit for the views and if you are very lucky you will see seals laying out in the long grass at the end passed the light house is one of the propers from The Atlantic Conveyor...  more »
  • Great place at the easternmost part of the East Falkland Island. You can rent a key from the Dockyard Museum to get inside. It's also a great lookout spot for whale-watching and astrophotography.
  • Cape Pembroke (Spanish: Cabo San Felipe) is the easternmost point of the Falkland Islands, and is on East Falkland. There is an automated lighthouse here (18 metres -59 ft) lighthouse was built in 1855, and rebuilt in 1906, and was restored in the 1990s. Previously, the nearby Billy Rock offshore had claimed fifteen ships, and there were unlit markers here.

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