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bulletNew Jersey Lighthouse Assoc.
Most of your questions about NJ Lighthouses can be answered here.
bulletNew Jersey Tourism Lighthouse website
bulletwww.HighlandsNJ.com
has a page dedicated to the Twin Lights
bulletLight House Museum -
The Lighthouses of New York Harbor including the Sandy Hook/Twin Lights Lighthouses
bulletSandy Hook Lighthouse (c) Stephan HarringtonThe Coastal Heritage Trail
The trail recognizes the importance of the state's coastal area in our nation's history.  Seven lighthouses have been designated as trail route destinations.  For information and maps call (856) 477-0103 or visit their website at www.nps.gov.neje.
bulletNational Maritime Initiative Inventory of Historic Light Stations - Twin Lights
bulletNational Maritime Initiative Inventory of Historic Light Stations - Sandy Hook
bulletAn Arizona resident has a website devoted to her vacation.  Lucky for us,  she stopped by Monmouth County and took some fantastic photos of the Twin Lights
bulletTom McGuire - fantastic photographs for sale.  Many of those images decorate this website
bulletStephen Harrington - beautiful paintings for sale.  All of the paints on this website are Mr. Harrington's work.
bulletHow a Fresnel Lens Works
A PBS website.

Thanks to the many organization that shared their images and supplied the description and histories of these wonderful treasures.

 

 

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