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Ram Island Ledge Light

“Cape Elizabeth, Maine”

Built: 1905
Automated: 1959

“This 72 foot tall, conical, granite block tower sits on a jagged stretch of rock which is visible only at low tide. It is located at the north side of the entrance to Portland Harbor. The light’s third order Fresnel lens was removed in 1959 when it was automated. The gray granite tower has the appearance of being very old, even though it is one of the more recently built lights. This light is easily seen from the Portland Head Light. (Photo 1986, Maiden Journey)”

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Lighthouses: A Photographic Journey
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Photographs by Donald W. Carter
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