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Warren Landing Lower Range Lights

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Construction  wooden tower
Characteristic  F W
Opened  1908
Year first constructed  1908
Focal height  13 metres (43 ft)
Height  6 m
Province  Manitoba
Warren Landing Lower Range Lights
Location  Warren Landing Manitoba Canada
Tower shape  square frustum tower with lantern
Markings / pattern  white tower, red trim and lantern

The Warren Landing Lower Range Lights are a pair of range lights in Warren Landing, Manitoba, at the entrance to the Nelson River. Built in 1908, the lighthouses help to guide ship traffic from Lake Winnipeg into the river. They work in tandem with the Warren Landing Upper Range Lights.

Both lights of the range were originally square, pyramidal frame towers; at some point the rear tower was replaced by a skeletal tower, which still survives. The range is still active, and is one of the remotest light stations in Canada.


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