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Gloucestor Eastern Point Lighthouse

Guest Author - Jeanne Daigle

Eastern Point Light

This is the Eastern Point Light in Gloucestor, Massachusetts. MapYou can get to this lighthouse by Route 127 and turning south on East main Street. Take a right onto Eastern Point Blvd and continue all the way to the lighthouse. Nevermind the "Private Way" signs - you CAN go to the lighthouse. Don't go inside the fenced off area however, it is coast guard property. There is a parking lot. You may find the parking lot is completely full since a lot of people go fishing off the breakwater.

The lighthouse was established in 1832 and automated in 1986. The lighthouse stands 36 feet high.

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