Big Sable Point Lighthouse
The Big Sable Point Light is a lighthouse on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan near Ludington in Mason County, Michigan, at the Ludington State Park. Built in 1867, the 112-foot tower was originally made of yellow cream brick. It has a focal plane of 106 feet. The building was made of so-called Cream City Brick. The brick deteriorated and was thereafter covered with boiler plate in 1900. Buildings at the lightstation included the tower and dwelling, fog signal building, boat house, barn, three oil houses, two privy's and a Diaphone fog signal.
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August 21st, 2011
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