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This photo was taken looking away from the Marshall Point Lighthouse. I don’t know if those houses that you can just see snuggled in the trees were private homes or were connected with the lighthouse but regardless, can you imagine … Continue reading
“Marshall Point Light Station was established in 1832 to assist boats entering and leaving Port Clyde Harbor. The original lighthouse was a 20-foot (6.1 m) tower lit by seven lard oil lamps with 14-inch reflectors. The original tower was replaced with … Continue reading
This was one of those side trips which involved getting off the main Maine highway and disappearing into the forest; driving through smaller cities and towns until we arrived literally at the end of the road – here.
At a charming older hotel, the Portland Regency. They upgraded our room to one with a balcony which had some interesting views such as straight down the street towards the harbor, across and up the street with views of businesses, … Continue reading
Just a few shots from around the lighthouse and another of the lighthouse itself as the fog and rain came in. I can only imagine how it looks now with snow being in the area as compared to when we … Continue reading
This photo jumps a bit ahead from the last one I posted but eventually I will get back to that series; I’ve so much more to share with you. I was walking the path on top of Cadillac Mountain in … Continue reading
The Portland Head Lighthouse and Museum is located in Cape Elizabeth, Maine just outside of Portland, Maine. It is a big area to explore with not only the lighthouse but as it is in Fort Williams Park, there are the … Continue reading
Annie C. Maguire was a British three-masted bark (barque), sailing from Buenos Aires on 24 December 1886, when she struck the ledge at Portland Head Light, Cape Elizabeth, Maine. Lighthouse Keeper Joshua Strout, his son, wife, and volunteers rigged an … Continue reading
But the advancing fog (and I’ve never witnessed fog coming in like this in my life) said no lighthouses for you! After leaving Old Orchard Beach we drove to Cape Elizabeth to see two lighthouses there. This was all we … Continue reading