Marshall Point Lighthouse, Maine
In the early 1800’s midcoast Maine’s St. George peninsula was busy with activity. Quarries, fishing and lumber were major industries of the area. At the southern part of the peninsula, which divides Muscongus Bay and Penobscot Bay, lies the village of Port Clyde. Port Clyde also serves as the entrance to the St. George River which led to the bustling shipbuilding center of Thomaston.Read More
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The town opens the Marshall Point Lighthouse Museum from May through October. There was been talk of rebuilding the fog bell tower (the bell is currently on the grounds of the Museum) but nothing has occurred to date.
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