|Colombier Islands, NF|
In 1915, Burnt Island Leading Lights were established to assist fishermen in making the harbor. These range lights were displayed from two square, pyramidal, wooden towers, painted with two red and two white horizontal bands. The lantern of each was white and displayed a red fixed light.
The Colombier Islands are located just offshore at the entrance to the harbour at Burnt Islands, and in 1929 a fog alarm was established on Big Colombier Island. A light was added to the station in 1971.
Today, a square, skeletal, metal tower serves as Colombier Islands Light. The pair or range lights shown at left are located in Burnt Islands, near where the photographs of Colombier Islands Lighthouse were taken, and are the modern versions of the Burnt Island Leading Lights.
Located on an island at the entrance to Burnt Islands. The lighthouse is owned by the Canadian Coast Guard. Grounds open, tower closed.
The lighthouse is owned by the Canadian Coast Guard. Grounds open, tower closed.
Pictures on this page copyright Kraig Anderson, used by permission.