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Cape Spencer Light (New Brunswick)

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Characteristic  Fl W 11s.
Focal height  62 m
Year first lit  1983
Height  12 m
Province  New Brunswick
Cape Spencer Light (New Brunswick)
Location  Bay of Fundy Saint John New Brunswick Canada
Year first constructed  1873 (first) 1918 (second) 1971 (third)
Construction  fiberglass tower (current) wooden tower (first) concrete tower (second) steel skeletal tower (third)
Tower shape  conical frustum tower with balcony and lantern (current) square frustum tower (first) octagonal prism tower (second) square frustum tower (third)
Markings / pattern  white lower half tower, red upper half tower and lantern (current)
Address  3513 Red Head Rd, Mispec, NB E2J 4X6, Canada
Similar  New Brunswick Legislativ, Magnetic Hill Zoo, Lake Saint‑Louis, Assiniboine Park Zoo, Reptilia

The Cape Spencer Light is an active lighthouse on the Bay of Fundy east of Saint John, New Brunswick. There have been several towers at this site: the first was a wooden house built in 1873, which was succeeded by a concrete tower in 1918. The present fiberglass tower was erected in 1983 to replace a skeletal tower first lit in 1971..

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Cape Spencer Light (New Brunswick) Wikipedia


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