Spring Point Light

© Peter J. Goodin

Spring Point Light

Uploaded: November 22, 2005

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F19, 1/90, Tamron 70mm, Portland ME,
Jan 11 03, 12:04. 1st Built in 1855, rebuilt prior to 1897, near Fort Preble. The present 40' tower was built in 1897, 1st built as an offshore light, then in 1951 connected by a 900' breakwater.

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