The Navesink Twin Lights Light Station is situated atop the Navesink Highlands, and sits approximately 200 feet above sea level. It is comprised of two lighthouses separated by 320 feet. One of the reasons for having two lights was to help mariners differentiate it from Sandy Hook Lighthouse located 5 miles to the north. Officially decommissioned in 1949, it is now a historic site and museum.
Below are some of the photos I took during my visit to the site. I hope you enjoy them.
A photo from Sandy Hook shows the Twin Lights sitting atop the Navesink Highlands.
A panoramic shot of the Twin Lights taken with an Apple iPhone 4s. This photo shows how each tower is shaped differently.
The North Tower
The South Tower
A view of the World Trade Center, which is approximately 21 miles to the north.
The strip of land going through the center of the frame is part of Sandy Hook, NJ.
More photos can be seen in my Navesink "Twin Lights" Light Station gallery on Flickr. As always, thank you for stopping by, and I hope you enjoyed the photos.