A new sign has been installed at the 1880 Tinicum Island Range Rear Lighthouse in Billingsport, New Jersey. National Honor Society student Anthony Morina volunteered to install the sign as one of his community service projects. Nice job Anthony.
Also, the brick walkway at the lighthouse was recently scrubbed and pressure washed, removing years of grime and moss. The work was done by Petersen Pressure Wash.
The keeper’s house for the Tinicum Island Range Rear was demolished in the 1950s and the tower is now leased to the Tinicum Rear Range Lighthouse Society. (Photos courtesy of Ray Miller.)
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