Chicago Harbor Southeast Guidewall Light

"Chicago, Illinois"


Built: 1938

"This light is one of many new light structures built in the modern era. It is a 30-foot-tall white steel skeleton tower. It is located on a guidewall between two smaller piers just south of Chicago's large, well-known Navy Pier. This light still aids sailors approaching the piers."



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