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 Caribou Island, ON    
Lighthouse best viewed by boat or plane.Photogenic lighthouse or setting.
Description: Reg Dawson was keeper of Caribou Island Lighthouse, when an article published in 1968, said that the only drawback Dawson thought his job had was the lack of a public library. To pass the time on the remote island, Dawson tried his hand at writing fiction.

References

  1. "The rugged individualists who man our inland lights," Transport Canada, May-June, 1968.

Location: Located on a small island southwest of Caribou Island.
Latitude: 47.339593
Longitude: -85.825839

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Travel Instructions: Caribou Island Lighthouse is best seen by boat or from the air.

The lighthouse is owned by the Canadian Coast Guard. Grounds open, tower closed.

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