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What are range lights? Range lights are pairs of beacons that work together to line up a channel. Ship captains line up the two beacons, the rear usually higher than the front, and then know they are in the proper channel. The Craighill Channel Lower Range lights mark the entrance to Craighill Channel, which cuts about 5 miles off the entrance to Baltimore Harbor.
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Any good lighthouse keeper knows one of his duties is to keep a Keeper's Log of events, maintenance, repairs, thoughts, and interesting observations. Therefore, we have started a Keeper's bLog as an annex to this website, which we will dutifully keep current and fun. Check there for the latest progress on the Craighill Channel Lower Range Front Light Station!
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