Where The Buoys Are

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Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station – 1955

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These stacked buoys (without the guards) were once a familiar sight to motorists traveling on Pacific Coast Highway between Anaheim Landing and the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station.

See the buoys?

Eleven years later buoys are still being stacked in the same spot as shown in this aerial photograph taken on October 14th, 1966.

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