In my first blog post about the Prim Point Lighthouse, PEI I included very little detail. I revisited the light after 16 years and took some photos which I include here. This light was built in 1845 and was the first lighthouse constructed on Prince Edward Island. It sits at Point Prim on the South shore of PEI on the Northumberland Strait. It is East of the capital city of Charlottetown. It is a round brick structure and the only one of its kind on the island and one of only a few such lights in Canada. The light is open to the public and you can climb to the gallery on a tour. These photos taken in July 2014.