This is Head Harbour Lighthouse but it's better known as East Quoddy Light. It is the second oldest lighthouse in New Brunswick. The lighthouse was built in 1829 as a means of helping ships in the area navigate the dangerous Bay of Fundy with its fog, snow, crazy tides and jagged rocks. The original octagonal, wooden tower is still in use. In 1842 a large red cross was painted on the eastern side of Head Harbour’s white tower so the sailors can easily see it in the fog or during snow storms. It is the older sister light of West Quoddy Light in Lubec, Maine. You can only reach the lighthouse during low tide since the pathway is basically under the water any other time.