Cape Elizabeth Light1

© Peter J. Goodin

Cape Elizabeth Light1

Uploaded: November 22, 2005

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F27, 1/60, Tamron 59m, 2 Lights Park Cape Elizabeth ME, Jan 11 03, 11:21am. Built in 1828, located near Two Light State Park, the west light dismantled in 1824, now private, the East tower can be seen 27 nautical miles, the most powerful on New England Coast, at 4 million candle power.

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