In 1716, Boston Light, the first lighthouse in America, was first lighted just before sunset. Located on Little Brewster Island to mark the entrance to Boston, Massachusetts (home of the Goldfire team!) harbour, has guided ships since then. The original Boston Light was blown up by the British in 1776, but rebuilt in 1783 by Governor John Hancock. The lighthouse is also the last remaining manned station in the U.S.
H & M Beach Pop-up Store. . Hague’s coastal suburb of Scheveningen played host to a two-day H pop-up store full of summer goodies. The retail venture was a collab with Wateraid, an international ngo dedicated exclusively to the provision of safe domestic water, sanitation and hygiene education to the world’s poorest people.
Bolivar Lighthouse in Port Bolivar Texas on Bolivar Peninsula. The first thing you'll see when you unload off the Bolivar Ferry or on your way to load up. Mariners from years ago used the Light House to guide them into the Houston Ship Channel. A must photo location as the sunsets!!!
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This picture displays a close-up of Titanic’s well deck and forecastle (the forward part of the main deck). The open door leads to the lamp room where navigation lamps and hazardous fuels, such as kerosene, were kept. Navigation lamps were used to signal other ships about location.
London's first pop-up shopping mall made completely from shipping containers. Located next to the Underground Shoreditch station to the north-east of central London, the mini shopping center is convenient, pedestrian-friendly, and packed with popular stores. The stores are compact in their own right, taking up only 1-3 containers.