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Romer Shoal Light is a sparkplug lighthouse in Lower New York Bay, on the north edge of the Swash Channel, about ¾ nm south of Ambrose Channel and 2½ nm north of Sandy Hook, New Jersey, in the entrance to New York Harbor. It is in New Jersey, very close to the border with New York.
The shoal was named for the pilot boat William J. Romer which sank there in 1863.The light was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2007 as Romer Shoal Light Station

Address New York Harbor, near Staten Island
Middletown, NJ 07748
United States

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  • Latitude 40.51356
  • Longitude -74.0133
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