Lubec Channel Light
In the late 19th century Lubec, the most northeasterly town in the United States, was an important trade and fishing port. The light was built at the harbor's western entrance for $20,000. It is one of three surviving "sparkplug' style cast-iron lighthouses in Maine.
The town is still an active fishing village and the light remains an active aid to navigation. The lighthouse was sold at auction in 2007 and is privately owned.
The light can be easily seen from many points on shore.
Location: Lubec Channel, Lubec