The United States Lighthouse Society is a nonprofit historical and educational organization dedicated to saving and sharing the rich maritime legacy of American lighthouses and supporting lighthouse preservation throughout the nation.
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A 76-foot granite lighthouse tower was built on Halway Rock, far out in Maine’s Casco Bay, in the summer of 1871. After his time as a keeper at Halfway Rock (1971-72), Tim Bailey was stationed at Boothbay Harbor, Maine, then Seguin Light Station off the mouth of the Kennebec River. In this interview, he discusses his experiences as a keeper. Joining in on the interview is Ford Reiche, the owner of Halfway Rock Lighthouse. Photographer Mike Leonard offers workshops on digital photography, which you can read about on his website at phototourismbymike.com. In this installment of “Photo Tips with Mike Leonard” he discusses night photography of lighthouses.
Passport Program & Club
The United States Lighthouse Society Passport Program is designed to generate donations for participating lighthouses in addition to being a fun and educational way to learn about lighthouses and chronicle your lighthouse adventures. Collect unique stamps from over 600 locations throughout the country. In addition, when you join our free Passport Club you will receive a special gift and periodic updates on new stamp locations and stamp hunting tips.
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