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Name: Hole in the Wall Lighthouse  

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Nearest Town or City:
Abaco, , Bahamas

Location: Southern tip of Abaco.


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Photo: Tom Chisholm

Managing Organization:
Bahamas Marine Mammal Survey

Website: http://oii.net/ecology/eng/dolphin.html
Email: dolphin@oii.net

Notes:
The Bahamian government has leased the keeper's quarters to the Bahamas Marine Mammal Survey. It is now the the base of operations for the organization.

Height of Focal Plane: 168

This light is operational

Date Established: 1836

Current Use: Active aid to navigation, research station.

Open To Public? Yes.

Directions:
Vistors are welcome but the road to Hole in the Wall from the paved Great Abaco Highway is difficult. A high clearance vehicle is strongly advised. From the turn-off to the lighthouse is 15 miles, allow at least an hour and a half each way.

Keepers: James Arthur Thompson, Samuel Thompson.

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