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Cape Croker Light

“Cape Croker, Ontario”

Built: 1902

“This white octagonal tower is dominated by the huge, red lantern room which sits atop it. The entire structure is 53 feet high and sits at the northern entrance to Colpoy’s Bay from Georgian Bay. There is a small, white one-story keeper’s house nearby. Cape Croker is home to the Chippewa Indians of Nawash.”

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