Last Lights: The Hand-Wound Lighthouses of the Bahama Islands

Last Lights The Hand Wound Lighthouses of the Bahama Islands None

None

  • Free Read Last Lights: The Hand-Wound Lighthouses of the Bahama Islands - by Annie Potts
    173 Annie Potts
Last Lights: The Hand-Wound Lighthouses of the Bahama Islands

  1. Annie Potts Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Last Lights: The Hand-Wound Lighthouses of the Bahama Islands book, this is one of the most wanted Annie Potts author readers around the world.

926 Reply to “Last Lights: The Hand-Wound Lighthouses of the Bahama Islands”

  1. Light and fluffy book on the lighthouses of the Bahamas At the peak there were 11 now there are 9, 3 of which still do not have electricity and thus use kerosene lamps for illumination and hand wound clockwork for turning the lens carriage the last lights of the title.This a light and fluffy book eye candy than information The 130 or so pages feature wide margins and a large number of photos this is effectively the Bahamian equivilent of Florida s Fabulous Lighthouses.Based on the photos, most [...]



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *