"Two Lighthouses In The Same Photo #2" by howardignatius on Flickr - This photograph shows both the Portland Head Light and the lessor known Ram Island Ledge Light. The Portland Light is a historic lighthouse in Cape Elizabeth, Maine - construction began in 1787. Materials used were rubble masonry and brick. Ram Island Ledge Light is a lighthouse in Casco Bay, Booth Harbor, Maine. It is no longer open to the public.
Sabine Pass Lighthouse ~ a historic lighthouse in Cameron Parish, LA, on the Louisiana side of the Sabine River. The lighthouse went into operation in 1857 and remained lit for 95 years, with the exception of a brief period during the U.S. Civil War. The light was permanently extinguished by the U.S. Coast Guard in 1952. The keeper's house and wooden outbuilding were destroyed by a marsh fire in the 1970s. The original copper lantern housing was stolen in 1979.
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Poverty Island Lighthouse, Michigan at Lighthousefriends.com Poverty Island is an island in Lake Michigan between St. Martin Island and Summer Island just south of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It is believed to be the location of a treasure of gold buillion and coins worth today around $400 million.