Thanks to Darlene Chisholm, who answered a question of long standing in the Lighthouse Directory by locating and photographing the East End Point Light at Nassau, Bahamas. As its name suggests, the lighthouse is at the eastern end of New Providence Island, the island occupied by the city of Nassau. The active light is apparently on the post atop the building. The dormer-style box seems to have been designed for a range light or directional light, but the light lists do not describe any such light.
East End Point Light, Nassau, December 2011
photo copyright Darlene Chisholm; used by permission
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Posted December 30, 2011. Checked and revised November 9, 2017. Site copyright 2017 Russ Rowlett and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.