North Manitou Shoal Light

"North Manitou Island, Michigan"


Built: 1935

"This light replaced an earlier light that stood on the island's shore since 1898 (no longer standing). There was also a lightship in the area from 1910 to 1927. This light is still active and is similar in design and appearance to the Lansing Shoal Light."



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