(Haut-fond Prince Light) One of the most dangerous shoals in the St. Lawrence River is found near Tadoussac, Quebec, off mouth of Saguenay River. The cylindrical tower with red and white horizontal stripes, on top of circular dwelling on caisson, resembles a child's top. Built in 1964, the light replaces the Prince Shoal Lightship station, that had been established in 1902. The lighthouse warns passing vessels of the undersea hazard in the area. The tapered base helps it resist the 20-foot ...
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The Stratford Shoal Light is located roughly midway between New York and Connecticut (hence its alternate name Middleground or Middle Ground Light), 5 nautical miles (9.3 km; 5.8 mi) from Old Field Point Light in New York and 5.5 nautical miles (10.2 km; 6.3 mi) from Stratford Point Light in Connecticut
The Miah Maull Shoal Light is a lighthouse on the north side of the ship channel in Delaware Bay in New Jersey, southwest of the mouth of the Maurice River. The last offshore lighthouse to be erected in Delaware Bay, it marks one of a series of shoals along the eastern side of the shipping channel, between the Elbow of Cross Ledge Light and the Brandywine Shoal Light.
Cape St. George Light The Cape St. George Light is a 74-foot (23 m) high brick lighthouse which had originally stood for 153 years on St. George Island, Florida, until toppling into the Gulf of Mexico October 22, 2005. The pieces of the lighthouse were retrieved, and in April 2008, the light's restoration was completed. The light was first lit in 1852. Photo by: Kay Gaensler/flickr