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  • William H. Livingstone Memorial Light, Belle Isle MI
    William H. Livingstone Memorial Light, Belle Isle MI
    image  28 Aug 2010     Digital photograph of the William H. Livingstone Memorial Light, a white fluted marble 70-foot high light tower which is located on the north end of Belle Isle in the Detroit River. It is the only light in the USA constructed of marble. It was built in 1929 as a memorial ...
    image  28 Aug 2010   Digital photograph of the William H. Livingstone Memorial Light, a white fluted marble 70-foot high light tower which is located on the north end of Belle Isle in the Detroit ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Windmill Point Lighthouse, Grosse Pointe, MI
    Windmill Point Lighthouse, Grosse Pointe, MI
    image  28 Aug 2010     The Windmill Point Lighthouse marks the north side of the entrance to the Detroit River from Lake St. Clair. The current lighthouse dates to 1933. It's the 5th constructed/modified lighthouse on the promontory point of Presqu'Isle MIchigan since the first was built in 1838 (1838, 1866, 1875, 1908, 1933).• 12,000 ...
    image  28 Aug 2010   The Windmill Point Lighthouse marks the north side of the entrance to the Detroit River from Lake St. Clair. The current lighthouse dates to 1933. It's the 5th constructed/modified lighthouse ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • The HURON; Light Vessel No. 103
    The HURON; Light Vessel No. 103
    image  31 Jul 2011     Transcription from Historical Plaque:HURON LightshipCommissioned in 1921, the HURON began service as a relief vessel for other Great Lakes lightships. She is ninety seven feet long, twenty-four feet in beam, and carried a crew of eleven.On clear nights her beacon could be seen for fourteen miles.After serving in northern Lake ...
    image  31 Jul 2011   Transcription from Historical Plaque:HURON LightshipCommissioned in 1921, the HURON began service as a relief vessel for other Great Lakes lightships. She is ninety seven feet long, twenty-four feet in beam, ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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