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Prospect Harbor Point Light

Prospect Harbor Point Light

1850 photo of the Prospect Harbor Point Light. The lighthouse has changed considerably since this photo was taken.

1850 photo of the Prospect Harbor Point Light. The lighthouse has changed considerably since this photo was taken.

Courtesy of the USCG Historian's Office

1891 photo of the Prospect Harbor Point Light.

1891 photo of the Prospect Harbor Point Light.

Courtesy of the USCG Historian's Office

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Prospect Harbor Point Light

Prospect Harbor Point was built in 1850 and rebuilt in 1891. This white cylindrical lighthouse with a black lantern top matches the keeper's house, a classic New England clapboard home with black trim. The station was automated in 1931. Because it is on a US Navy installation, the lighthouse is best viewed from across the harbor or from the installation's entrance. For more information, contact the American Lighthouse Foundation.

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