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The Nubble Lighthouse at Cape Neddick
This oft-photographed lighthouse was built in 1879 on a tiny, off-shore island, or 'nubble,' in York. It features a Victorian keeper's house with gingerbread trim and a lantern with miniature cast-iron lighthouses on its railing. It's so close to land you can view it easily from York's seaside Sohier Park.
Interested in exploring lighthouses? Check out Trip Ideas: Maine Lighthouses.