Historic Coast Guard photo of Ram Island Ledge Light.
Photo courtesy of USCG Historian's Office
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Ram Island Ledge Light was built in 1905 to mark a swarm of jagged rocks near the outer entrance to Portland Harbor. The cylindrical, granite light is privately owned, but you can see it by boat or from Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth.