The Crooked River Lighthouse, in the town of Carrabelle, Florida, was originally constructed in 1895 to replace the Dog Island Light,which was  destroyed by a hurricane in 1875. 
After being switched over to electricity from oil in 1933, the light was fully automated and unmanned in 1952, at which time the keepers quarters and outbuildings were sold and removed from the site. The original 4th Order Fresnel lens was removed by the Coast Guard in 1976, when it was replaced by a modern light system.
This Lighthouse remained in operation until it was decommissioned in 1995.

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