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Jerome Point (Front Range)

Established in 1883 and altered in 1987. Active, original wooden, salt-shaker tower. The lighthouse is 4 m (13.1 ft.) high and is hard to spot, but can be seen from the road. It's an unusual pyramid shape with large, glazed windows and thick, vertical, red day markings. Driving directions: Route 475, north of Bouctouche, at Jerome Point.

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