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Historic Coast Guard photo of Pumpkin Island light.

Historic Coast Guard photo of Pumpkin Island light.

Photo courtesy of USCG Historian's Office

Historic Coast Guard photo of old Pumpkin Island light.

Historic Coast Guard photo of old Pumpkin Island light.

Photo courtesy of USCG Historian's Office

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Pumpkin Island

Pumpkin Island Light was established in 1854 to mark Eggemoggin Reach, a busy channel separating the mainland from Deer Island and Little Deer Isle. The light station was closed in 1934 and sold. It is now a private home and not open to the public. It can be seen from the shores of Little Deer Isle.

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