Waugoshance Lighthouse ~ Not in the sea, but in the middle of Lake Michigan, it was built in 1851 to guide ships through a treacherous area of the Straits of Mackinac, where shipwrecks were common & is completely surrounded by water. When larger vessels started to use the Gray Reef passage it led to its decommission in 1912. It was to be used as targets for the artillery of the U.S. Navy during World War II. However, after more than 160 years it still remains standing.
The haunted and abandoned Waugoshance Lighthouse in Mackinaw City, Michigan. Built in 1851 - in 1900, the keeper John Herman disappeared and activity has been reported since then, like doors opening and closing on their own.
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Gorgeous pic of the lighthouse and bridge in Macinaw City
Latarnia Morska w Świnoujściu-01.jpg 212 feet, Swinoujscie, Poland 1857, tallest brick lighthouse, tallest in Poland.
Kermorvan lighthouse, the most continental western lighthouse in France.
Round Island Lighthouse,what nice shot of this lighthouse.you can see it from the ferry that takes you to mackinaw island.
PRESQUE ISLE HARBOR LIGHTHOUSE Located at the end of a rugged stone breakwater at Marquette’s Presque Isle Park, the red beacon still guides ships day and night into the railroad ore docks. - Travel Marquette Michigan