Escanaba Harbor Light
1210 Michigan Avenue, Escanaba, MI, USA
Escanaba Harbor Light Reviews
The Escanaba Harbor Light Aug 20, 2008
The Escanaba Harbor Light marks the entrance to Escanaba Harbor from Lake Michigan. Commissioned in 1938 to take the place of the on-shore Sand Point Light, this light sits a quarter-mile off-shore. The white square tower sits on a steel crib and has a green horizontal band. Its focal plane is at a height of 45 feet above the lake and produces a white flash: three seconds on, three seconds off. Its automatic fog horn blasts every thirty seconds.
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