In the Sept/Oct 2018 issue:
- A 1946 Coast Guard Parade Float that probably would not be allowed today
- An amusement park that was built around a southern lighthouse
- A Coast Guard rescue by a lighthouse.
- Three lighthouses added to the Lighthouse Digest Doomsday List of Endangered Lighthouses
- The most despicable and dastardly orders even given to Coast Guard lighthouse keepers that may make your blood boil, with never before published photos.
- The story of a Great Lakes lighthouse keeper with never before published photos.
- Photos of the improvements at Tinicum Range Rear Light
- Work crews hanging by a thread at a lighthouse
- The World War II “Chalker Mission” to England
- Introduction of new lighthouse books
- Michigan light keepers honored with memorial markers
- The never before told story of the Welch family of Hudson River Lamplighters with never before published photos.
- Restoration photos of America’s oldest standing lighthouse.
- The Hayward Family Tribute – 10 lighthouses and 40 years of service,
- Restoration photos of Pensacola Lighthouse
- Never before published photos with the story of Godfrey Kiff, Sr. a forgotten Louisiana lighthouse keeper.
- The sad-ending story of a Maine lighthouse keeper who left his mark etched in stone, with never before published photos.
- The story of Mohawk Island Lighthouse with never before published photos.
- Never before published photos of life at an Alaskan lighthouse.
- Remembering Bob Shanklin
- Chapter three, the final chapter, of a true lighthouse romance story with never before published photos.
- And . . . so much more.
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