Found along the coast, islands, and rivers in Maine, the structure, usually a tower, has a recognizable flashing light to guide ships or warn them of danger.
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Information on lights throughout the state, including photos, descriptions, directions and maps.
The Lighthouse People: Maine Lighthouses
A list with photographs of 65 lighthouses located within the state.
Maine Light Stations
Historic light station information and photographs from the U.S. Coast Guard.
Description, photographs, statistics, details, news, and location for over 60 lighthouses.
Guides visitors to lighthouses located along coastal Route 1.
North Atlantic Coast Lighthouses: Maine
List of publicly accessible lighthouses located on the coast. Provided by the National Park Service with statistics, a photograph, and location information.
The Range Light Keepers: Maine Lighthouses
Custodians of Kennebec River Range Lights and Fiddlers Reach Fog Bell Tower. History, restoration effort, drawings, Kulik engraving, guest books, gallery, and links provided.
Wood Island Lighthouse
Concerns the restoration of Wood Island Lighthouse, includes history, mission statement, photographs, calendar of events, and a guest book.
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