Rainy view of the old McCrae lighthouse on the Mornington Peninsula.
This lighthouse guides sailors through the South Channel on the eastern side of Port Phillip Bay.
The original McCrae Lighthouse was a timber structure built in 1854 and following years of service was dismantled in sections and transported by bullock wagon to the top of nearby Arthurs Seat to be used as a lookout. The present day lighthouse, built in England in 1874 by Chance Brothers & Co of Birmingham, was transported to Australia by sea and erected on this site in 1883.
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