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Egg Rock Light is a lighthouse on Frenchman Bay, Maine. It was established in 1875. The structure is unusual—the brick light tower is in the middle of the white wood frame keeper's house. Egg Rock Light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Egg Rock Light Station on January 21, 1988, reference number 87002270.[4]

Egg Rock Light is a lighthouse on Frenchman Bay, Maine. It was established in 1875. The structure is unusual—the brick light tower is in the middle of the white wood frame keeper's house. Egg Rock Light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Egg Rock Light Station on January 21, 1988, reference number 87002270.[4]

Libby Island Light is a lighthouse on Libby Island, on the south side of Machias Bay, in Machiasport, Maine. It was first established in 1817 as a wood tower. The present granite structure was built in 1823 and improved in 1848. Alexander Parris was involved in the 1848 work. Libby Island Light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Libby Island Light Station on June 18, 1976, reference number 76000117.[4]

Libby Island Light is a lighthouse on Libby Island, on the south side of Machias Bay, in Machiasport, Maine. It was first established in 1817 as a wood tower. The present granite structure was built in 1823 and improved in 1848. Alexander Parris was involved in the 1848 work. Libby Island Light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Libby Island Light Station on June 18, 1976, reference number 76000117.[4]

Narraguagus Light is a lighthouse on Narraguagus Bay, Maine. It was established in 1853 and deactivated in 1934. It is on Pond Island (one of several in Maine), at the entrance to Narraguagus Bay and the river of the same name. Narraguagus Light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as "Narraguagus Light Station" on November 20, 1987, reference number 87002022.[2]

Narraguagus Light is a lighthouse on Narraguagus Bay, Maine. It was established in 1853 and deactivated in 1934. It is on Pond Island (one of several in Maine), at the entrance to Narraguagus Bay and the river of the same name. Narraguagus Light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as "Narraguagus Light Station" on November 20, 1987, reference number 87002022.[2]

The Fort Point Light is located in Maine's 120-acre (49 ha) Fort Point State Park. The park is located on Fort Point, a small peninsula running eastward from Cape Jellison, at the entrance to the Penobscot River.[4] The station was established in 1837 and was the first river light in Maine.  As Fort Point Light Station, the lighthouse was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 23, 1988, reference number 87002269.[3]

The Fort Point Light is located in Maine's 120-acre (49 ha) Fort Point State Park. The park is located on Fort Point, a small peninsula running eastward from Cape Jellison, at the entrance to the Penobscot River.[4] The station was established in 1837 and was the first river light in Maine. As Fort Point Light Station, the lighthouse was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 23, 1988, reference number 87002269.[3]

Goose Rocks Light is a sparkplug lighthouse located near North Haven,Maine in Penobscot Bay. It stands at the eastern entrance to the Fox Islands Thoroughfare, a busy mile-wide passage separating North Haven from Vinalhaven. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places as Goose Rocks Light Station on January 21, 1988, reference number 87002267.[4]

Goose Rocks Light is a sparkplug lighthouse located near North Haven,Maine in Penobscot Bay. It stands at the eastern entrance to the Fox Islands Thoroughfare, a busy mile-wide passage separating North Haven from Vinalhaven. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places as Goose Rocks Light Station on January 21, 1988, reference number 87002267.[4]

Indian Island Light is a lighthouse on Indian Island on the west side of the entrance to Rockport Harbor, Maine. It was first established in 1850. The present structure was built in 1875. It was deactivated in 1934 and is now a private residence. Indian Island Light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Indian Island Light Station on March 23, 1988, reference number 87002539.[2]

Indian Island Light is a lighthouse on Indian Island on the west side of the entrance to Rockport Harbor, Maine. It was first established in 1850. The present structure was built in 1875. It was deactivated in 1934 and is now a private residence. Indian Island Light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Indian Island Light Station on March 23, 1988, reference number 87002539.[2]

Cape Elizabeth Lighthouse in Maine, also known as Two Lights, is located at the entrance to Casco Bay. The light was originally built in 1828 as two stone towers 300 yards apart. In 1874, these were replaced by cast iron conical towers, each 67’ high. The use of the multiple lights was discontinued in 1924. The western light was removed from service and is privately owned. The eastern tower remains in service as Cape Elizabeth Light. Two Lights State Park is named in honor of this station.

Cape Elizabeth Lighthouse in Maine, also known as Two Lights, is located at the entrance to Casco Bay. The light was originally built in 1828 as two stone towers 300 yards apart. In 1874, these were replaced by cast iron conical towers, each 67’ high. The use of the multiple lights was discontinued in 1924. The western light was removed from service and is privately owned. The eastern tower remains in service as Cape Elizabeth Light. Two Lights State Park is named in honor of this station.

Libby Island Light, ME; Est. 1824 near Machiasport, ME at the entrance to Machias Bay. This is considered one of the foggiest locations on the coast; in 1918 the fog signal sounded for 1,906 hours, the most of any Maine station. Under the Maine Lights Program, the lighthouse was transferred to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1998.

Libby Island Light, ME; Est. 1824 near Machiasport, ME at the entrance to Machias Bay. This is considered one of the foggiest locations on the coast; in 1918 the fog signal sounded for 1,906 hours, the most of any Maine station. Under the Maine Lights Program, the lighthouse was transferred to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1998.

Browns Head Light is a lighthouse in Vinalhaven, Maine. It is on the NW corner of Vinalhaven Island and was first established in 1832. The present structure was built in 1857. Browns Head Light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as "Browns Head Light Station" on January 27, 1983, reference number 83000460.[3]

Browns Head Light is a lighthouse in Vinalhaven, Maine. It is on the NW corner of Vinalhaven Island and was first established in 1832. The present structure was built in 1857. Browns Head Light was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as "Browns Head Light Station" on January 27, 1983, reference number 83000460.[3]

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