Point Atkinson Lighthouse

Point Atkinson Lighthouse is a lighthouse erected on Point Atkinson, a headland in southwestern British Columbia named by Captain George Vancouver in 1792, when he was exploring the in the ship Discovery.

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is a suburban area of 's North Shore in the of , . Photo: Shaundd, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a district in the west side of occupying a pretty spot at the tip of the Point Grey peninsula. Photo: Shaundd, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Neighborhood
is a neighbourhood in the northwest of the city of , British Columbia, Canada. is situated 9 km southeast of Point Atkinson Lighthouse.

Point Atkinson Lighthouse

Latitude
49.3304° or 49° 19' 49.4" north
Longitude
-123.2646° or 123° 15' 52.5" west
Open Location Code
84XR8PJP+55
Elevation
6 metres (20 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
way 406020994
Geo­Names ID
8986633
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