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Cape Tryon Lighthouse, French River

Categories: Lookouts, Lighthouses, Tourist Spots
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The Cape Tryon is a lighthouse on the western north coast of Prince Edward Island, Canada, located on Cousins Shore about 4 km (2.5 mi) west of the cape. The station was built in 1905 and it characterised as a white building with red trim; with the lantern painted red. The original Cape Tryon lighthouse was deactivated in 1969. A second lighthouse was built on Cape Tryon itself, opened in 1969, and is still active. It is located a few kilometres north of the village of French River.
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  • Magnificent panorama at the end of a narrow and bumpy. We visited the lighthouse on a beautiful summer day, spectacular ocean views and the "blond" Wheatfield!
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  • Some of the pictures are showing the incorrect lighthouse, there are 2 in a nearby vicinity. Cape Tryon is not really open to the public, while you can approach the lighthouse, you cannot go inside of...  read more »
  • This has to be one of the most beautiful places in the Northern Shores. The view was breathtaking. There are fences to keep people safe, but it doesn't appear that anyone really follows those rules. T...  read more »
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