Chapel Hill Rear Range Light

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Chapel Hill Rear Range Light in 1998 - 32nd trip
Chapel Hill Rear Range Light in 1998 - 32nd trip

Chapel Hill, New Jersey

Built: 1856

Decommissioned: 1940's

This light is the last wooden rear range light of its kind in New Jersey. It sits up the hill at an elevation of 224 feet above sea level about one and a half miles south of the beach and the Conover Beacon. It ranges with the Conover Beacon to mark Chapel Hill Channel where it empties into Sandy Hook Bay. Today, it is a private residence.

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