A lighthouse featured in the movie “Forrest Gump” has gone dark after a recent lightning strike.

Marshall Point Lighthouse in Port Clyde, Maine was struck by lightning July 27, Nat Lyon, director of the Marshall Point Lighthouse and Museum told the Associated Press, taking out the light and foghorn and damaging the associated circuity.

According to the Marshall Point Lighthouse website, the damaged light has been removed by the U.S. Coast Guard Station Southwest Harbor for repair or replacement.

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Lyon told AP that a tenant living in the keepers house heard a “tremendous crash” and noticed the light was out after the lightning strike.

The lighthouse has a lightning rod and was undamaged by the strike. Lyon said there will be no light, but it still will be open to the public on National Lighthouse Day Aug. 7, where people can climb the stairs to reach the top.

The first lighthouse at Marshall Point was built in 1832. The current property includes a light tower accessible from a walkway, an 1880’s keeper’s house, summer kitchen, original oil house and a recently reconstructed barn.

The lighthouse was featured in the 1994 movie “Forrest Gump,” in the scene where Forrest Gump reaches one end of his cross-country run, turns around, and keeps running.

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Contributing: Associated Press.