| Hyannis, Massachusetts|
| 1928, destroyed 1952 by USCG (original)|
Point Gammon Light, Billingsgate Island Light, Dumpling Rocks Light, Nantucket Cliff Range Lights, Broad Sound Channel I
Bishop and Clerks Light Wikipedia
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.
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.