New London Ledge Light

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New London Ledge Light in 1997 - 28th trip
New London Ledge Light in 1997 - 28th trip

New London, Connecticut

Built: 1909

Automated: 1987

This light marks the ledge of rock it rests on and the long shoal extending from it. The square three-story brick structure sits on a 50-foot square concrete pier. The tower and lantern rise out of the center of the roof. It is now a museum, guest house and educational facility operated by the New London Ledge Lighthouse Foundation.

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