Mt. Diablo Beacon

This is a tale that is more than the restoration of a 1928 beacon, shut down on December 7, 1941 for fear it would allow enemy aircraft to target the San Francisco Bay area. It is a story of tragedy and great loss overcome by resilience and remembrance…of volunteers and dark nights and foul weather…of love and sacrifice for country.  This is the story of the Mount Diablo Beacon.

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