Fort Point Light (ME)

"Stockton Springs, Maine"


Built: 1857
Automated: 1988

This square 31 foot tall brick tower is attached to the keeper's house by a small breezeway. It is located on a high point of land on the west side of the mouth of the Penobscot River. It replaced an original wooden structure which had been built in 1837.



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