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Harbor Waters by Tom Piorkowski, via 500px

Harbor Waters by Tom Piorkowski, via

Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse . Baltimore, Maryland

Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse Baltimore, MD on Pier 5 in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Built in the lighthouse is the oldest of its type in Maryland. It was moved from the Chesapeake Bay in 1988 due to damage from storms and ice.

Pictou Island South Light, NS, CAN; Photo: Bob Crawford  Telephone: Canadian Coast Guard Notes: There have been three lighthouses on Pictou Island, located about 7.5 miles offshore, but the South Light is the only one remaining (the other two are skeleton towers). It served as the rear light of a range from 1951 to 1974; the front light was a skeleton tower on the breakwater.

The world's largest website about lighthouses, including a Lighthouse Digest magazine, gifts online, and lighthouse information on searchable databases.

Maine Lighthouses and Beyond: Burnt Island Lighthouse

Maine Lighthouses and Beyond: Boothbay and Kennebec Area Lights - Burnt Island Lighthouse

Ashland Harbor Breakwater Light Ashland WI

Ashland Harbor Breakwater Light in Ashland County, Wisconsin.

Entrance Island Light, Nanaimo, August 2010

Entrance Island Light, Nanaimo, B. - Located on a small island off the mouth of Nanaimo Harbour, about 13 km mi) east of the city. Accessible only by boat; visible from ferries entering and leaving the harbor.

Elm Tree lighthouse, NY. Early European (Dutch) sailors in New York Harbor used a large elm tree as a landmark while navigating off Staten Island. When an official aid to navigation was placed at this point on Staten Island, it was appropriately named the Elm Tree Lighthouse.  The beacon was situated on the south side of the island, near the shoreline, and functioned as a front range light, operating in conjunction with the New Dorp Lighthouse located on a hill, 1.8 miles inland.

Elm Tree lighthouse, NY. Early European (Dutch) sailors in New York Harbor used a large elm tree as a landmark while navigating off Staten Island. When an official aid to navigation was placed at this point on Staten Island, it was appropriately named the Elm Tree Lighthouse. The beacon was situated on the south side of the island, near the shoreline, and functioned as a front range light, operating in conjunction with the New Dorp Lighthouse located on a hill, 1.8 miles inland.

Kuki'i Point Light, Hawaii, USA

North side of Nawiliwili Harbor, Ninini Point, Kauai, Hawaii

Whaleback Lighthouse and the Wood Island Lifesaving Station, near Kittery, Maine | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!

Whaleback Lighthouse and the Wood Island Lifesaving Station, near Kittery, Maine by nelights

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