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Name: Fox Point Light  

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Also known as: Fishing Point Light

Nearest Town or City:
St. Anthony, Newfoundland, Canada

Location: South of Moore’s Point, south entrance to St. Anthony Harbour, northwest coast of Newfoundland.

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Photo: Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada
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Managing Organization:
Canadian Coast Guard

Height of Focal Plane: 67

Characteristic and Range: White occulting light.

Description of Tower: White square pyramidal tower with red trim.

This light is operational

Earlier Towers?
1912: Conical cast iron tower with red and white vertical stripes. 1960: White square tower and red lantern on top of fog signal building. ?: Skeletal tower with white siding.

Date Established: 1912

Date Present Tower Built: c. 2003

Fog Signal: 1936: Fog alarm; 1952: New fog alarm.

Current Use: Active aid to navigation.

Open To Public? Yes.

The lighthouse is accessible by road. There is also a hiking trail leading from the town to Lighthouse Point. The former keeper's dwelling is now a restaurant; see

Keepers: W. Patey (1912-?), Joseph Boyd (c. 1938), W. Pynn and B. S. Pynn (c. 1960).

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