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Lubec Channel Light
Lubec, Maine
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Location: Lubec Channel
Nearest town: Lubec
44 50 31 N
66 58 36 W
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Accessibility: The lighthouse is not open to the public. It can be seen distantly from shore and is best seen by boat.
Station established: 1890; Present lighthouse built: 1890; Automated: 1939
Construction material: Cast iron with brick lining
Height of tower: 40 feet; Height of focal plane: 53 feet
Original optic: Fifth-order Fresnel; Present optic: 155 mm (solar powered)
Characteristic: Flashing white every six seconds
Fog signal: One blast every 15 seconds
The lighthouse is now privately owned, but the light and fog signal remain active U.S. Coast Guard aids to navigation.
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Previous lighthouse: West Quoddy Head Light
Next lighthouse: St. Croix River Light
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