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Name: Saint John Coast Guard Base Lighthouse  

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Nearest Town or City:
Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

Location: Waterfront of Saint John.

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Photo: Art Meyer

Managing Organization:
Canadian Coast Guard

This lighthouse was built in the late 1980s by personnel of the Saint John Coast Guard Base. The lantern came from the old Grindstone Island Lighthouse. It has a working light but is not an official aid to navigation.

Tower Height: 33

Description of Tower: White octagonal wooden tower with red lantern.

This light is operational

Date Established: 1980s

Date Present Tower Built: 1980s

Optics: Fresnel (clamshell) lens.

Current Use: Attraction.

Open To Public? No.

The lighthouse is near the end of a wharf on the Coast Guard base on Water Street. It can be seen from across Market Slip. There are plans to build a walkway along the waterfront in the future that may incorporate the lighthouse.


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