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The Lighthouse That Never Was – But Is

By Timothy Harrison


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You Could Win a Prize in the Lighthouse Digest Lighthouse Trivia Contest!

Shown here is an architectural drawing for a New England Lighthouse that was never built. However, to save money, the government installed a different lighthouse at the planned site. Can you guess the name of the lighthouse? Having trouble figuring out your answer? Here’s a clue. The tower at this site was moved.

Send your answer by e-mail to Editor@LighthouseDigest.com or by post card to:

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Your answer must reach us by April 17, 2013. We will post the correct answer on the Lighthouse Digest Facebook page on April 23. The correct answer and winner, if there is one, will also be posted in the next edition of Lighthouse Digest.

We will randomly draw one name from among the correct answers received. The winner will receive their choice of a free one year renewal to their subscription to Lighthouse Digest or a credit up to $30 towards any products offered on our website or in our ads in Lighthouse Digest. Our thanks go out to Richard Holmes for discovering this image and sharing it with us.

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