Eastern Point Light

"Gloucester, Massachusetts"


Built: 1890
Automated: 1986

"Located at the northern most part of Gloucester Harbor, this 36-foot tall cylinidrical, brick tower serves as a guide to ships entering this scenic and commercial harbor from the Atlantic Ocean. It replaced the original stone tower built in 1832 at the site."



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