Buffalo Bottle Light

"Buffalo, New York"


Built: 1903
Decommissioned: 1985

This unique bottle shaped structure was built of boiler plate cast iron and is currently on display near the Buffalo Main Lighthouse in an outdoor museum. It is one of a pair of these lights originally used to mark the entrance to the harbor.



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