Rahul Sharma

Cape Vincent Light

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Year first lit  1912
Height  7.9 m
Year first constructed  1901
Tower shape  Square
Opened  1901
Cape Vincent Light httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu
Location  Originally on the Breakwater at Cape Vincent Harbor Cape Vincent, New York
Markings / pattern  White square enclosed structure
Original lens  Fifth Order fresnel lens
Characteristic  Flashing red, dark sector; illuminated 307° of the horizon; dark sectors lying towards shore (as of 1941)
Similar  Stuyvesant Light, Coxsackie Light, Point Aux Roches Light, Buffalo North Breakwat, Stony Point (Henderson) Light

Cape Vincent Breakwater Light was a lighthouse on the breakwater protecting the harbor in the town of Cape Vincent, New York.

It has been moved to the Town Highway Department on New York State Route 12E.

It should not be confused with the nearby Tibbetts Point Light, an active lighthouse also in Cape Vincent.

References

Cape Vincent Light Wikipedia


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