Digest>Sep/Oct 2013

Photo Caption:

The second Hell Gate Lighthouse, also known as Halletts Point Lighthouse, was very similar in appearance to the Whitestone Point Lighthouse. The light, which originally used kerosene, was exhibited from the top floor of the wooden structure and the fog bell was directly underneath it. (Photo courtesy of Michel Forand.)
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Whitestone Point Look-A-Likes
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