Moose Peak Lighthouse
Near Jonesport, Maine
Location: Mistake Island, entrance to Main Channel Way
Coordinates: 44 28 26 N 67 31 54 W
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Active U.S. Coast Guard aid to navigation. The lighthouse is privately owned (sold at auction in October 2012).
Accessibility: The lighthouse is not open to the public. It is best seen by boat; a distant view is possible from Great Wass Island.
Station established: 1826
Present lighthouse built: 1851
Construction material: Brick
Other buildings still standing: Fog signal building.
Height of tower: 57 feet
Height of focal plane: 72 feet
Earlier optic: Second-order Fresnel lens (1856)
Present optic: VRB-25, solar powered
Characteristic: Flashing white every 30 seconds
Fog signal: Two blasts every 30 seconds
Previous lighthouse: Nash Island Light
Next lighthouse: Libby Island Light
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