License: Creative Commons - Attribution-Share Alike Author: Dennis Jarvis
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It was a foggy day when I went to get this lighthouse but this boy was out flying his kite.
There has been a lighthouse here since 1848. The original was the square wooden building that was both a light tower and keeper's home.
The light that is here now replaced the original lighthouse in 1967, it is a white cylindrical fiberglass tower 10.4 meters (34ft) high with two red horizontal bands and a flashing white light.
Location: West of Canada Creek, south shore of the Minas Channel
Scenic Drive: Evangeline Trail
Began and Lit: 1967
Structure Type: Round white fiberglass tower with two red horizontal bands
Tower Height: 10.36m (34ft)
Light Height: 14.95m (49ft) feet above water level