A paved walking path passes by this small lighthouse at the mouth of the Fore River and Portland Harbor. Memorial markers punctuate the path near the lighthouse. It is easily accessible by land. A free paved parking lot is nearby. This is possibly the most photogenic of the half-dozen lighthouses on Portland's end of Casco Bay, particularly at dusk. The stone conical tower is white; the light's enclosure is black. The structure's architectural details are as interesting as the beacon's purpose and history. I like everything about this lighthouse except the locals and tourists who insist on hanging out at its base as massive cruise ships leave depart near sunset.
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