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Rawley Point Lighthouse


The Rawley Point Lighthouse is 113 feet tall and one of the tallest and brightest beacons on the Great Lakes, visible up to 19 miles away. It has been operated by the U.S. Coast Guard since 1853, although the station became fully automated in 1979. The grounds are not open to the public, but the lighthouse and keeper’s quarters can be viewed from the beach.

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