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Buffalo North Breakwater Light Station - 1915

Premises page 1 of 2

Granted to US by NY state, letters Patent approved Sept. 10, 1900.


crib 40' x 40' = 1600 sq. ft.

Structure foundation crib in 20' water.


Hanging iron ladders on SW & SE sides. Wooden bridge to breakwater on SW side of

By boat from Buffalo, NY 3/4 mile to foot of Erie St.

Brick tower at 1 corner of rectangular brick quarters.




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