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Cabot Head Light

“Byer Bay, Ontario”

Built: 1896

“The Friends of Cabot Head are restoring this lighthouse, which has been turned into a museum. The two story keeper’s house is a large, white clapboard structure. The light tower was removed from its red shingled roof long ago. The ‘Friends’ hope to eventually top the building with a replica tower. [Update: Restoration is complete with the tower being replaced by an enclosed observation deck.]”

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