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Lighthouses of New Brunswick

Past and Present

by (author) Kraig Anderson & Kelly Anne Loughery

Nimbus Publishing
Initial publish date
Jun 2012
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Jun 2012
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The largest of the three Maritime provinces by area, New Brunswick is home to the third-largest number of lighthouses in the country. Lighthouses of New Brunswick is a guide to the province’s remaining lights as well as for those “lost lights” that are gone forever. Photographs and descriptions of all 126 lights accompany a brief history of each light, and handy icons allow the reader a quick assessment of each existing light’s accessibility, historic significance, and scenic quality. Accompanied by a reference map and with an index of each light profiled, Lighthouses of New Brunswick is the definitive resource for exploring the province’s iconic structures.

About the authors

Kraig Anderson combines a photography hobby with lighthouse excursions to provide an avenue for helping others discover lighthouses and hopefully contribute to their preservation. These journeys, often shared with family and friends, are chronicled at

Kraig Anderson's profile page

Kelly Anne Loughery has been involved with lighthouse preservation in the Maritimes since 1996. She founded the New Brunswick Lighthouse Society in 2000 and was vice-president of the Atlantic Lighthouse Council. She was instrumental in acquiring the Cedars Lighthouse for a local heritage group, and in 2011 appeared before the Canadian Senate to speak about New Brunswick lighthouses.

Kelly Anne Loughery's profile page

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