Digest>April 2008

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This early image of the first Wings Neck Lighthouse shows that a fence had been installed at the station. This was most likely done to keep farm animals close at hand. In the early years, most remote lighthouse stations had a cow for fresh milk, chickens for meat and eggs and some even had pigs.
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