lookout station

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a structure commanding a wide view of its surroundings

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Outside, a 40-foot replica of a fire lookout station gives visitors a unique view, and a suspension bridge across the Wilson River ties the center into nearby trails and a campground.
Climbing the ladder to her lookout station, Lane is always in awe of the beauty that surrounds her.
The organisation mans a former coastguard lookout station on the Magdalene Fields at Berwick and plans to operate shifts from a similar station between Bamburgh and Seahouses.
Decades after the Coast Guard constructed an 1876 lookout station for shipwrecks there, the Pines area began drawing a small, loyal band of nudists who treasured its pristine beauty and privacy.
Drive north 6miles on Bowman Lake Road and turn right at the sign for Grouse Ridge Road; it's another 5 miles on this dirt road to the trailhead parking lot below the retired lookout station.
Coastwatch Redcar is a registered charity which operates from a lookout station above the RNLI Zetland Museum.
Each spring, a helicopter takes Laszlo Horvath up to a remote lookout station next to the Canadian Rockies, his home for nearly half a year.
The fire was spotted by a lookout station of the Forestry Department.
Hilbre Telegraph Lookout Station, built in 1841, and renovated by The Friends of Hilbre, is next open on Sunday August 30.
recalls her first visit to a forest fire lookout station, which "involved hiking nine miles to the top of a peak on the Clearwater National Forest in Idaho to visit a friend (Susan Holland) who had escaped the city to be a lookout.
Coastguards were alerted by a volunteer from the charity organisation Coast Watch on duty at their lookout station at the Magdalene Fields on the cliff tops.
For a few hundred yards along the seafront, the volunteers from Redcar's Coastwatch lookout station will be keeping a trained eye on proceedings in case anyone gets into trouble in the briny.