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    Posted 10 years ago

    chessiesol…
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    Haven't been able to find anything to compare this one with. It was used to mark the channel under a trussle in Portsmouth,Virginia. It has a mate, (port & starboard), thus green & red.
    Any info would be helpful. Thanks!

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    1. RonM RonM, 10 years ago
      The port and starboard lights for a tressel would be referred to as pier or bridge abutment lights. I have a catalogue from 1939 that shows similar lights from a different company,The Nautical Lights Company. I will post a picture.

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