STAMFORD — Stamford’s ancient “gateway to the harbor” and most famous navigational aid for boats now needs some help of its own.
The Stamford Lighthouse, also known as the Ledge Obstruction Light or Chatham Rock Light, is recognizable to anyone who has sailed in and around the city’s harbor or looked out toward the Long Island Sound for more than a century.
Eventually, Kalan decided to look into restoring Stamford Harbor’s lone lighthouse. He was told by a friend to contact Brendan McGee, who had just recently led the restoration of the Greens Ledge lighthouse in Norwalk.
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