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Historic photo of Libby Island Light Station. Today, most of the buildings are gone.

Historic photo of Libby Island Light Station. Today, most of the buildings are gone.

US Coast Guard Historian's Office

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Libby Island

Libby Island Light Station was established at the often-foggy entrance to Machias Bay in 1822. The current tower was constructed of granite in 1848. The light is not open to the public and the keeper's house and other outbuildings no longer exist. Charter boat rides and cruises offer views of the tower.

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