Nubble Light, Cape Neddick, Maine





Nubble Light, Cape Neddick, Maine
Nubble Light, Cape Neddick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nubble Light was built in 1879 and is the southernmost of our lighthouses. The name refers to the rocky island on which it sits, just off shore. It flashes red every six seconds, and is visible for 13 miles.

Electricity didn’t come to Cape Neddick until 1938. Before then, the extremely cold wind caused numerous problems to the flow of oil to the light’s lamp.

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