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Name: Ile Plate (Percé) Light  

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Also known as: Point Peter Light

Nearest Town or City:
Percé, Quebec, Canada

Location: Small rocky island off Pointe-Saint-Pierre, near Percé.

This lighthouse was replaced by a skeleton tower.

Tower Height: 34

Height of Focal Plane: 73

Characteristic and Range: White flash every 7 seconds; range 10 miles (1938).

Description of Tower: White, square wooden dwelling surmounted by a red iron lantern.

It is not known at this time if this light is operational

Earlier Towers?
1883: White square wooden tower, dwelling attached; tower height 50 ft.; rebuilt 1924.

Date Established: 1883

Date Deactivated: ?

Current Use: Destroyed.

The island and its skeleton metal tower can be seen from Highway 132 at Pointe-Saint-Pierre. (Thanks to Michel Forand.)


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