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Name: Narraguagus Light   Map it!

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Also known as: Pond Island Light

Nearest Town or City:
Milbridge, Maine, United States

Location: Narraguagus Bay, on the east side of Pond Island.

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Photo: Jeremy D'Entremont

Managing Organization:
Private owner

After being discontinued in 1934, the light station was sold into private hands. It cannot be seen from the mainland.

Tower Height: 31

Height of Focal Plane: 54

Description of Tower: White cylindrical granite tower attached to workroom.

This light is not operational

Other Buildings?
1875 1.5 story wood frame keeper's house; 1905 oil house, two storage buildings.

Date Established: 1853

Date Present Tower Built: 1853

Date Deactivated: 1934

Current Use: Private residence.

Open To Public? No.

Viewable only by boat. Robertson Sea Tours Adventures offers a Scenic Island Cruise that includes the lighthouse; see for details.

Mapquest URL: Click here to get a map to this lighthouse!

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Keepers: Joseph Brown (1853-1855); Wyman Collins (1855-1859); Daniel Chipman (1859-1860); George L. Upton (1869-1876); Solomon Y. Kelliher (1877-1880); Ambrose Wallace (1880-1882); Warren A. Murch (1882-1885); James M. Gates (1885-1893); William C. Gott (1893-1905); Albert R. Mills (?); Charles E. Tracy (c. 1929); N. B. Fickett (c. 1935); Herman C. Brewer, assistant (1899-?).

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