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Prince Edward Island: Lighthouses

Prince Edward Island: Lighthouses Because it is surrounded by water, Prince Edward Island has often required the use of lighthouses to help those traveling to and from the island. While many are no longer in use, they are part of the province's history. And there are quite a few still standing open to the public. In this WatchMojo.com video, we take a look at the Point Prim, Wood Islands, Panmure Head, New London Range Rear and CApe Tryon lighthouses found in Prince Edward Island.

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