ⓘ Nahant Life-Saving Station

                                     

ⓘ Nahant Life-Saving Station

The Nahant Life-Saving Station is a historic coastal rescue station at 96 Nahant Road in Nahant, Massachusetts. The station, which consists of a residence and an equipment building, was established in 1900 by the United States Life-Saving Service before being taken over by the United States Coast Guard in 1915. The station was discontinued in 1964, and the facilities were converted recreational use by the Coast Guard. In 1999 the 1.4 acres parcel was turned over to the Town of Nahant. The station, one of twelve such surviving facilities in the state, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012.

                                     
  • Science Center for Northeastern University. The old Nahant Life - Saving Station NLSS on Nahant Road and the new War Memorial erected across the street
  • life and property from shipwreck . During that same year, the Massachusetts Humane Society received funds from Congress for life - saving stations
  • properties are split between Methuen and Lawrence, and one between Lynn and Nahant these entries appear on more than one list. This National Park Service
  • Station, located at Fort Tilden, New York and the network expanded to Nahant Massachusetts New London, Connecticut Cape May, New Jersey Cape Henry
  • Life Saving Service, Year ending June 30, 1907 University of Michigan. Retrieved 19 November 2019. Annual report of the United States Life Saving Service