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Historic photo of Squirrel Point Light Station

Historic photo of Squirrel Point Light Station

Courtesy, US Coast Guard Historian's Office

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Squirrel Point

The Squirrel Point Light Station marks a point in the Kennebec River where, in the early 18th century, the English ship The Squirrel ran aground. The station opened in 1898. It is now being restored. For more information and directions, contact Citizens for Squirrel Point.

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