Concord Point Light

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Concord Point Light in 2007 - 49th trip
Concord Point Light in 2007 - 49th trip

Harve de Grace, Maryland

Built: 1827

Automated: 1920

Decommissioned: 1975

Located at the mouth of the Susquehanna River, this 32-foot tall, white, conical, granite block tower is the second oldest tower lighthouse on the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland. It has the distinction of being the only lighthouse on the Bay to be tended throughout its manned history by a single family, the O'Neill's. Though no longer an active light, it is open to the public.

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