Minot’s Ledge Light. Photo / Wikipedia
The U.S. federal government is offering Minot’s Ledge Lighthouse — located about a mile from the Massachusetts towns of Scituate and Cohasset — to either town for free, according to an article on PatriotLedger.com.
The 87-foot-tall lighthouse built in the 1850s is being offered by the General Services Administration, which is trying to rid itself of historical lighthouses. The light sits on 25 feet of ledge and is accessible only by boat and a ladder.
Read more on the GSA giving away Minot’s Ledge Lighthouse
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