A Fun Tour
An electric trolley car goes past the Kenosha North Pier Lighthouse as part of a 2-mile loop in Kenosha, Wisconsin that also goes past the Southport Lighthouse. Tourists, as well as locals, love the step back in time. (Photo by Peter Ehrlich)
Cruisin’ Past Big Red
Holland Michigan’s Big Red Lighthouse on a picture perfect 2020 summer day. (Photo by Buzz Hoerr)
A Great Welcome Sign
Wouldn’t it be neat if more communities had a welcome sign like this one in Lewes, Delaware?
Stunning in Wisconsin
How would you describe this photo of the 1918 Manitowoc Breakwater Lighthouse in Manitowoc, Wisconsin? Stunning, Spectacular, Amazing, Exquisite, Outstanding, Fantastic, Incredible, Impressive, Imposing, or, perhaps, just plain Beautiful. In 2011, the lighthouse became privately owned and has since been restored. The 4th order Fresnel lens that was once in use in the lantern is now on display at the Manitowoc Museum. (Photo by Jason Schroeder, of Jason Schroeder Photography)
Lighthouse Logo on Container
This “Beacon” logo was spotted on a container at the Tilford Yard, CSX Railroad in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Wendell Burks)
The restored lens rotating mechanism, showing the Chariot Wheel Assembly, for the 1st order Fresnel lens from the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, which is on display at Florida’s Ponce de Leon Inlet Lighthouse. (Photo by Don Krzysik)
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