Oldest blueprint for lighthouse found in Hyogo Pref

Officials of the Maritime Safety Agency look at Jan. 6 a lighthouse blueprint from the early Meiji period (1868-1912) believed to be the oldest in Japan. The blueprint for the Esaki Lighthouse, which was drafted by Scottish engineer Richard Henry Brunton (1841-1901), has been found in the office of a beacon on Awajishima Island in Hyogo Prefecture, western Japan.

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