Great Captain Island Light
Great Captain Island Lighthouse is a lighthouse on Great Captain Island in the western Long Island Sound off the coast of Greenwich, Connecticut, United States. The lighthouse is no longer in use.
A single dirt road leads to the lighthouse on the eastern side of the island, where most if the island's egrets tend to nest.
The Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation oversees the island.
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