In the early 1960s, "Texas Tower" lighthouses were erected at six offshore sites on the East coast. Diamond Shoals was the second to last to be built, and was activated in 1966; it was automated in 1977. The unmanned lighthouse suffered significant damage from Hurricane Fran in 1996, and the catwalks were subsequently found to be so rotten that the light could only be safely visited by helicopter. The light was extinguished in 2001, and has since been removed.
Diamond Shoals Light Tower is a fishing spot.
A platform used for gas/oil extraction and/or climate/weather observation can be found at this location.
This spot is known to contain ledges and/or rocks that attract fish.
This fishing spot was added to the database on 3/20/2011 12:35:35 AM by Seamus and last updated on 3/16/2017 11:15:44 PM.
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