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Historic photo from United States Coast Guard

Historic photo from United States Coast Guard

Courtesy, US Coast Guard Historian's Office

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Boon Island

This, the tallest lighthouse in Maine, sits on a barren, storm-washed rock pile off York. It is not open to the public, but can be seen from Sohier Park in York Beach or on a local lighthouse cruise. The first Boon Island lighthouse was built in 1811.

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