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Home > About the Chesapeake > Exploring the Bay > Chesapeake Bay Lighthouses > Lighthouses Today > Craighill Channel Front Upper Range
Craighill Channel Front Upper Range
Year Built:1886
Description:Southeast of rear tower. Automated 1929. Owned and maintained by USCG (Coast Guard Activities Baltimore). Eligible for listing on National Register of Historic Places.
Type of Structure:Small two-story masonry house atop a granite caisson. Painted alternating red and white diagonally in even width stripes.
Purpose:Marks cut-off channel between Craighill and Brewerton channels
Interesting Facts:Sits on a pier previously holding the Old North Point Range. Also known as the Cut-Off channel lights.
Photo(s):Craighill Channel Front Upper Range
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