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.