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Doubling Point Light
Arrowsic, Maine
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Jeremy D'Entremont
Location: Arrowsic Island, Kennebec River; Nearest town: Arrowsic
43 52 57 N
69 48 25 W
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Accessibility: There is limited parking at the light station. The grounds are open to the public, but the lighthouse and keeper's house are not. The lighthouse can be seen from sightseeing cruises in the area.
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Station established: 1898; Present lighthouse built: 1898; Automated: 1988
Construction material: Wood with granite foundation
Height of tower: 23 feet; Height of focal plane: 23 feet
Original optic: Fifth-order Fresnel; Present optic: 300 mm
Characteristic: Flashing white every four seconds
Other buildings still standing: 1898 keeper's house, 1898 fog bell tower, oil house, storage building
Active U.S. Coast Guard aid to navigation
Maintained by:
Friends of Doubling Point Light
c/o Joyce G. Spencer
140 Doubling Point Road
Arrowsic, ME 04530-2330
Phone 207-443-8464

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