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Inclosures to premises / type of fence:

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Lighthouse Inspection Reports Database

Baltimore Light Station

Premises page 1 of 2

In Chesapeake Bay to W of S entrance to Craighill Channel

site, submarine


Stands in 24' of water at high tide


none

2 ladders on tower


none

By private boat from Baltimore. In good weather, from W shore in small boat.

Gibsons Island road, 2.5 nautical miles. Road on Broad Neck, 3 nautical miles.

3 nautical miles to Skidmore.

10 nautical miles to Annapolis

none

none except by boat

Tower

one

10/1/1908

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