Eastern Mojave Vegetation Point Reyes Lifeboat Station, Marin County, California.
 
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Built in 1927 to rescue seamen whose misfortune it was to wreck on the treacherous shores of the Point Reyes peninsula, the Point Reyes Lifeboat Station provided a humanitarian service to Pacific coast shipping. A typical example of a rail-launching station with launchway and cradle-launched 36-foot motor lifeboats, the Point Reyes Lifeboat Station is the only unaltered station of this nationally employed type remaining on the Pacific Coast.


Elevation: 26ft, 8m.

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Date and time this article was prepared:3:05:01 PM, 5/28/2019.