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Bishop and Clerks Light

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Location  Hyannis, Massachusetts
Automated  1923 (original)
Tower shape  Cylindrical
Opened  1858
Focal height  14 m
Year first constructed  1858
Year first lit  1998
Foundation  Granite
Height  9.1 m
Range  25,928 m
Construction  Granite
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Deactivated  1928, destroyed 1952 by USCG (original)
Similar  Point Gammon Light, Billingsgate Island Light, Dumpling Rocks Light, Nantucket Cliff Range Lights, Broad Sound Channel I

Bishop and Clerks Light is a lighthouse located in open water on Bishop and Clerks Rocks, about two nautical miles south of Point Gammon in Hyannis, Massachusetts.

Map of Bishop and Clerks, Massachusetts, USA

The light was established in a granite tower in 1858. It was automated in 1923, deactivated five years later and demolished in 1952. The Coast Guard has erected a fiberglass pole on the site with a light on top.

References

Bishop and Clerks Light Wikipedia


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