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 Summerside Outer Range Rear, PE    
Lighthouse accessible by car and a short, easy walk.
Description: The Summerside Outer Range Lights, which began operation in 1991, are the most recent set of enclosed range lights to be established on Prince Edward Island. When properly aligned, the red range lights guide vessels to the mouth of Summerside Harbour, near the Indian Head Lighthouse, from where they can use the Summerside Range Lights to proceed up the harbour.

The two lighthouses are similar in appearance, both being square, pyramidal towers topped by enclosed, square lantern rooms that are surrounded by a simple metal gallery. A white, trapezoidal daymark with a red vertical stripe is mounted on the seaward face of both towers. The front tower is 9 metres (29.5 feet) tall, while the rear tower is 10.1 metres (33.2 feet) tall. As the front tower is located near the shore at the western end of the harbour, its focal plane of 9.3 metres (30.6) is roughly the same height as the tower. The focal plane of the rear range light is 14.8 metres (48.5 feet).

Location: Located alongside Route 11, just west of Summerside.
Latitude: 46.39824
Longitude: -63.80658

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Travel Instructions: From Route 2 on the western side of Prince Edward Island, take Route 11 south to Summerside. Summerside Outer Range Rear Lighthouse is on the north side of Route 11 just west of Summerside.

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

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