West Quoddy Lighthouse
(Maine, USA)












Photograph by
Snow W. Frost

November 1997
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Snow W. Frost

November 1997
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Snow W. Frost

November 1997
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Snow W. Frost

February 2000
I really like the daymark of the tower.
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Snow W. Frost

February 2000
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Snow W. Frost

February 2000
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Snow W. Frost

February 2000
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Snow W. Frost

November 1999
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Snow W. Frost

November 1999
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Snow W. Frost

February 2000
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Snow W. Frost

November 1999
I am only 2 1/2 stipes tall! I am 5'3"tall.
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Snow W. Frost

November 1999
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Snow W. Frost

November 1999
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Snow W. Frost

November 1999
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Snow W. Frost

November 1999
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Snow W. Frost

November 1999
Photograph by
John Penrod
Photograph by
Kevin Shields
Photograph by
Anne Chapman
Photograph by
Ron Thomas
Photograph by
Barbara A. McHatton







West Quoddy Head Lighthouse is located in the easternmost point in the continental United States. The light was originally built in 1807, under the orders of Thomas Jefferson, then rebuilt in 1858. This lighthouse is truly a "must see", if you are visiting Maine. The bright red and white stripes on the tower, in contrast to the ocean in the background, and the many pine trees on either side, is an outstanding site to behold. I am 5'2" tall, and when I stand next to the tower, I am 2 1/2 stripes tall. About a 10 minute drive from the West Quoddy Lighthouse, is a very nice gift shop worth visiting..."West Quoddy Gifts".


Directions: From U.S. Highway 1, turn toward Lubec on Route 169; then turn right at the sign for Quoddy Head State Park. Contact West Quoddy State Park, Box 1490, Lubec, ME 04652; (207)-733-0911

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