Digest>May 2009

Photo Caption:

In 1938, one of the most ornate Victorian lighthouses ever built in America, the Cleveland Harbor Lighthouse was demolished. However, the government saved large portions of the structure to build another lighthouse in another state that, although shorter, resembled the original structure. Shown here, from the book, are all that remains of the Cleveland Harbor Lighthouse after it was torn down.
Back to the edition of: May 2009


Cleveland’s Lighthouse History Brought to Light
Back to the edition of: May 2009

All contents copyright © 1995-2024 by Lighthouse Digest®, Inc. No story, photograph, or any other item on this website may be reprinted or reproduced without the express permission of Lighthouse Digest. For contact information, click here.

to Lighthouse Digest

USLHS Marker Fund

Lighthouse History
Research Institute

Shop Online

Subscribe   Contact Us   About Us   Copyright Foghorn Publishing, 1994- 2024   Lighthouse Facts     Lighthouse History