While this Coronavirus stuff has me stuck indoors I decided to catalog all the books I have downstairs in boxes. I inherited a sizeable collection of Newfoundland related books from my Grandfather a few years back and found one on lighthouses of Newfoundland (Lighthouse People by Jim Wellman). Interesting book, focuses on the keepers more than the lighthouses themselves. One chapter is on the Point Latine Lighthouse that was located out in Argentia before the Americans came and bulldozed everything in the early '40s. This is the first I've heard about this lighthouse and can't really find any info online about it, or even any pictures of how Argentia looked before the base was built. Probably before anyone's time here but anyone know exactly which point it was located? Looking at the map I see a couple of places it could have been located but not sure. The book has a single picture of the lighthouse but its a close up and doesn't give any indication on where it was built. I'd also be interested to see pictures of Argentia as it was before the Americans took ownership, before reading this book I wasn't even aware that a community was even out on that point prior to the building of the base and that they were basically evicted. I ride a fair bit out that way and always try to learn a little about the history of the places I ride. Only bit of info on exact location has it here which is where I would have thought anyway - https://goo.gl/maps/nb4QXoGsLeJBvjbi6 Next chapter is on Cape Race Lighthouse which should be interesting.