Marshall Point Lighthouse
(Maine, USA)












Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

February 2000
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

February 2000
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

February 2000
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

February 2000
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

February 2000
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

February 2000
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

February 2000
The lightkeepers dwelling was really huge.
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

February 2000
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

February 2000
Photograph by
Walter Cushman
Photograph by
Walter Cushman
Photograph by
Thomas Mitchell
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

February 2000
Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

February 2000
Photograph by
Alan Wood
Photograph by
Laurence Parent






Marshall Point Lighthouse was built in 1832 and rebuilt in 1857. The light was automated in 1980.
When I visited Marshall Point Lighthouse, it was about 40 degrees, very windy, and a foggy mist in the air. This is truly a beautiful lighthouse, and is among my "favorites". There is a parking lot right next to the lighthouse, and a picnic bench located with a terrific view of the sea. Great place for a family outing.

***For more information regarding this lighthouse, please visit Marshall Point Lighthouse page in the "Lighthouse of the Month" section.

***Directions: From U.S. Route 1 in Thomaston, take ME 131 south through St.George and Tenant's Harbor to Port Clyde. Turn left at the "Marshall Point Museum" sign. Continue up the hill, passing another sign for the museum, and turn right onto Marshall Point Road. The road ends at the lighthouse parking area.

***If you have a photo of this lighthouse, that you'd like to share...please email me.







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