Saugeen Range Southampton Lights

In the small coastal town of Southhampton on the Saugeen River stand three small, unmanned range lights guiding vessels safely in and out of the harbor here. The front range light originally consisted of a lantern attached to a crib at the river's mouth, and today is marked by a square tapered building, electrically operated and mounted at the end of the pier. The back range light, now automated, sits upriver, about 2300 feet from its sister light. Small in structure, the light sits on a hill 61 feet above sea level, where it stands as a symbol of Southhampton.

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