Raper Lighthouse - Gulf of Penas, Chile
 I put to appreciate the remote locations where there are lights inhabited with Chileans doing homeland and sovereignty. The faro Raper is in the Gulf of Penas, place known by seamen of all the world by the evil sea and wind conditions that prevail during almost all year round. Ramiro Navajas
This is a famous lighthouse; its construction posed a huge engineering challenge overcome by building a special railroad 4 miles longitude The cape is at the southern end of the Tres Montes peninsula overlooking the northern entrance to the Golfo de Penas. Accessible only by boat

1914 (George Slight). Active; focal plane 61 m (200 ft); white flash every 5 s. 14 m (46 ft) round cylindrical concrete tower with lantern and gallery, attached to a large 1-story keeper's house. Lighthouse painted with red and white bands. Keeper's house staffed. A reduced version of a Navy photo is at right, Manuel Arcaya has a photo, Joan Alarcon has a 2008 closeup (halfway down the page), another photois available, and Ramiro Navajas has a distant view. Google has a very distant satellite view of the station. The construction of this famous lighthouse posed a huge engineering challenge, which was overcome by building a special railroad 6.5 km (4 mi) long to carry materials to the station. The cape is at the southern end of the Tres Montes peninsula overlooking the northern entrance to the Golfo de Penas. Accessible only by boat. Site status unknown. ARLHS CHI-009; Admiralty G1562; NGA 111-2040.
from : The Lighthouse Directory