Queen's Wharf Light

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Queen's Wharf Light in 1995 - 23rd trip
Queen's Wharf Light in 1995 - 23rd trip

Toronto, Ontario

Built: 1861

Decommissioned: 1912

This light now sits at the edge of a heavily traveled highway in downtown Toronto, where it was relocated in November of 1929. It is the lone surviving range light from a range light system on Queen's Wharf which guided ships into busy Toronto Harbor from Lake Ontario.

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