Lighthouses: Old Baldy, Smith Island, 1818, North Carolina

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Also known as "Cape Fear" this 110' octagonal tower is set at the mouth of Cape Fear River, North Carolina's first established light station. The deactivated tower is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Old Baldy, Smith Island, 1818

Bald Head Lighthouse
10" Tall x 8" Wide

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