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Name: Carleton Island Light  

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Nearest Town or City:
Cape Vincent, New York, United States

Location: West point of Carleton Island, located in the St. Lawrence River between the U.S. mainland and Wolfe Island (on the Canadian side of the border).

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Description of Tower: 1899: Lantern suspended from a white mast; focal plane height: 95 feet; two-story keeper's dwelling and a small one-story building in the rear. 1914: White skeleton tower with an enclosed base; focal plane height: 107 feet.

This light is not operational

Date Established: 1899

Date Present Tower Built: 1958?

Current Use: Destroyed.

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