Canadian Coast Guard
This lighthouse became the front light of the Lancaster Range in 1959. The rear tower is a white, cylindrical tower (Claymar type).
Tower Height: 21
Height of Focal Plane: 34
Characteristic and Range: Isophase white 4 seconds (2 seconds on, 2 seconds off).
Description of Tower: White, hexagonal, wooden tower with a red triangular daymark.
This light is operational
Tower was rebuilt in 1886.
Date Established: 1844
Date Present Tower Built: ?
Current Use: Active aid to navigation.
Open To Public? No.