Annandale Rear Range Light

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Annandale Rear Range Light in 2009 - 50th trip
Annandale Rear Range Light in 2009 - 50th trip

Annandale, Prince Edward Island

Built: approx. 1925

This light is a 20 meter (66 foot) square pyramidal shingled tower with lantern and gallery, painted white with a red vertical stripe on the seaward side. It is the second-tallest lighthouse on PEI. It stands nearly a mile northwest of the front range tower. It is located on Juniper Point on the east side of PEI at Annandale Harbour. The former front range light (built 1898) can be seen in the photo sitting to the left of the rear light on private property.

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