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Price's Creek Light (Price's Creek Range Front Light)
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Date Established: 1849
Date Present Tower Built: 1849
Height of Tower: 20 ft.
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DescriptionOne of a series of range lights built to guide vessels into Wilmington prior to the Civil War. Only the base of the tower remains. Other lights in the series were destroyed by Confederate troops. You can see this light from the Southport to Fort Fisher Ferry as it approaches Southport.
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||Date posted: Mon Oct 23, 2006