Saddleback Ledge Light Station
1 Park Drive
P.O. Box F Rockland, ME US 04841
Saddleback Ledge Light Station was established in 1839 on a barren, quarter-acre rock heap between Isle au Haut and Vinalhaven. Storms continually scoured the island, which could make it a miserable and even treacherous place for lightkeepers and their families. In 1954, the stout, granite tower was automated.
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