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Anderson Hollow Lighthouse

(Est. 1889) Original wooden, salt-shaker tower is a historic landmark. The site is open; however, the tower is closed.

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Bayswater Lighthouse

Established in 1914. Original wooden salt-shaker tower. White, square tower with red roof. Inland lighthouse.

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Cape Enrage Light Station

(Est. 1848). Altered in 1976. Active lighthouse situated atop 46-m (150-ft.) cliffs. On-site fine dining restaurant, take-out service, gift shop.

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Cocagne Lighthouse (Front Range)

(Est. 1907). Original wooden salt-shaker tower. Interior of lighthouse is not open to the public. Picnic tables on site.

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Dixon Point Lighthouse (Front Range)

(Est. 1881) Replaced in 1919. Active. Wooden salt-shaker design.

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Head Harbour Lightstation (East Quoddy Head Lightstation)

(Est. 1829) Second-oldest lighthouse in New Brunswick. Active. Original wooden tower. Classified heritage. Accessible by foot at low tide.

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Inch Arran Lighthouse (Bon Ami)

Established in 1870. Active. Original tower. Wooden, salt shaker with a unique birdcage-style lantern.

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Jerome Point (Front Range)

(Est. 1883). Altered in 1987. Active. Original wooden salt-shaker tower. View from the road.

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Green's Point Lightstation (Letete Passage)

Established in 1879. Octagonal wooden tower. Museum, picnic tables and bathroom on site, as well as fantastic views.

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Long Eddy Point Lighthouse ("The Whistle")

(Est. 1873). One of the best places on Grand Manan to watch the sunset; view whales, porpoises and seabirds feeding. Trails.

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Miscou Island Lighthouse

PROVINCIAL HERITAGE PLACE Lighthouse erected in 1856, still active. Original octagonal, wooden tower. Visit this light and enjoy the sweeping view from the top.

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