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(Est. 1881) Replaced in 1919. Active. Wooden salt-shaker design.
(Est. 1848). Altered in 1976. Active lighthouse situated atop 46-m (150-ft.) cliffs. On-site fine dining restaurant, take-out service, gift shop.
Established in 1914. Original wooden salt-shaker tower. White, square tower with red roof. Inland 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.
(Est. 1889) Original wooden, salt-shaker tower is a historic landmark. The site is open; however, the tower is closed.
Est. 1860 and altered in 1980, this historic, wooden lighthouse is the perfect setting for photographers and sightseers. Welcome Centre, museum and gift shop.
(Est. 1907). Original wooden salt-shaker tower. Interior of lighthouse is not open to the public. Picnic tables on site.
(Est. 1829) Second-oldest lighthouse in New Brunswick. Active. Original wooden tower. Classified heritage. Accessible by foot at low tide.
Established in 1870. Active. Original tower. Wooden, salt shaker with a unique birdcage-style lantern.
Built in 1895. Active. Original wooden salt-shaker towers.
Whales, porpoises, seabirds and spectacular sunsets can be seen from the towering rock cliffs guarded by the lighthouse. Hiking trails with scenic views.
Established in 1869. Original wooden salt-shaker tower lighthouse; not open for interior visits, but can be viewed from outside.
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