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Historic US Coast Guard photo of Narraguagus (Pond Island) Light Station

Historic US Coast Guard photo of Narraguagus (Pond Island) Light Station

Courtesy of the USCG Historian's Office

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Narraguagus (Pond Island)

Narraguagus (Pond Island) Light Station was built in 1853 and discontinued in 1934. The light, which marks the western entrance to Narraguagus Bay, is privately owned and not open to the public. You can best view it by boat. The white, round stone light sits on a rocky ledge on Pond Island.

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