Baker Shoal Range Rear Light
|Rear range light ca. 1933 (USCG)|
|Location||Port Penn, Delaware|
|Year first constructed||1896|
|Construction||skeletal iron tower on wood pilings|
|Tower shape||Triangular pyramidal|
|Height||57 feet (17 m)|
Baker Shoal Range Rear Lighthouse originally served as the Port Penn-Reedy Island Range Rear Light in Port Penn. It became the Baker Shoal Range Rear Light in 1904 when the old range was discontinued due to the channel moving. It is an active aid to navigation.
- "Historic Light Station Information and Photography: Delaware". United States Coast Guard Historian's Office.
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