Oak Orchard Light
|Location||On Lake Ontario, at Point Breeze in New York|
|Year first constructed||1871|
|Year first lit||1871|
Oak Orchard Light was a lighthouse that operated on the shores of Lake Ontario, in New York, United States, at Point Breeze from 1871 to 1916. In 2010 a local community group built a historically accurate replica of the lighthouse near the original site on the east side of Oak Orchard Creek. Originally it had been built at the end of a long wooden pier on the west side.
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