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Conanicut Light
(North Conanicut Light)
Jamestown, Rhode Island
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Location: North end of Conanicut Island
Nearest town: Jamestown
41 34 25 E
71 22 18 W
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Accessibility: This lighthouse is not open to the public and is best viewed by boat.
Station established: 1886; Discontinued: 1933
Construction material: Wood; Height of focal plane: 47 feet
Earlier optic: Fifth-order Fresnel
Present optic: None (automatic light on skeleton tower nearby)
Other buildings still standing: 1897 barn, 1901 oil house, 1907 fog signal building
Lighthouse is privately owned
Previous lighthouse: Goulds Island Light
Next lighthouse: Wickford Harbor Light
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