Really cool bridge
This is way off the coast. You have to go smaller to see where it is. This needs to be mapped.
You Are stupid Boone island is covered in farts
Ladies Delight Island Lighthouse or also known simply as Cobbossee Lighthouse
The Lighthouse was built in 1908 for the Cobbosseecontee Yacht Club. That yacht club is still very active today and continues to maintain the lighthouse. In 2008 the lighthouse celebrated its 100 year anniversary and was reconditioned and is once again in excellent condition. (a picture update is needed)
As to the name of the island the lighthouse is on...Ladies Delight...there is speculation as to where that name originated. One theory is that before the lake level was raised and before there was a lighthouse the island was much bigger and had more vegetation. A steamer ride around the lake was not uncommon and during these long steamer rides the island might have provided a good place for the ladies to get off the boat and take a bladder break. There is no way to know for sure where the island name came from but the theory is at least plausible.
update...There never were bathroom facilities in this lighthouse as stated in one of the previous comments.
This was not moved. This, and two others in Bethel were built by William Dunton as replicas of the Sunday River bridge.
Thank you Bruce. I appreciate your comment. This waterfall is one of two that are 90 feet high (tallest in Maine).
The structure at the other end of the island is the boat landing dock.
This lighthouse tower was build using local granite. The site is now owned by a boys camp.
This is definitely an active light.
There are several sheep grazing on this island. We visited here in the fall of 2009. The buildings were razed, leaving only the lighthouse.