East Quoddy Head Lighthouse
"Head Harbour Lighthouse"
(New Brunswick, Canada)












Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

November 1999
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

November 1999
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

November 1999
Photograph by
Eric Wunrow
Photograph by
David Ransaw
Photograph by
Mike Brousseau
Photograph by
Walter Bibikow
Photograph by
David Simmons
Photograph by
Barbara A. McHatton
Photograph by
Barbara A. McHatton
Photograph by
Barbara A. McHatton
Photograph by
Barbara A. McHatton






East Quoddy is located on the northern end of Campobello Island, New Brunswick. It is maintained by the Canadian Coast Guard. The daymark, the large red painted cross, is typical of Canadian lighthouse daymarks--it is easier to see against a snowy background. East Quoddy Head Lighthouse, is also known as Head Harbour Light. Although East Quoddy Lighthouse can be viewed from the shore at a great distance, the view is hindered by a center island located between the lighthouse and the shore next to the parking lot. To reach the lighthouse, a person must climb down a series of steep, slippery, thin rod iron ladders. The view from the center island is much better, but to reach the lighthouse a person must travel across slippery moss covered rocks. All of this, can only be accomplished during low tide. There is a sign cautioning of the extremely quick rising tide--which can strand a person on the island for many hours. All in all, this lighthouse is truly beautiful and well worth visiting.

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