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Architecturally, the Twin Lights of Navesink are unique in that they resemble a castle with two towers, to the north and south, which housed what were the twin lights when the lighthouse was in service. The collection of images below were shot to show both the octagonal north tower, which is still an active Aid to Navigation and the inactive square south tower.






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All images are Copyrighted by Gary Martin, 1996-2007. No images can be downloaded or used for any purpose without premission in writing from the copyright holder.