Bete Grise (Mendota) Light

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Bete Grise (Mendota) Light in 1988 - 5th trip
Bete Grise (Mendota) Light in 1988 - 5th trip

Bete Grise, Michigan

Built: 1895

Decommissioned: 1960

This pale yellow two story dwelling with attached square tower is located on the Mendota Ship Canal linking Lac La Belle with Lake Superior. It is also known as the Mendota Light. It is privately owned. [Update: The private owners reactivated the light on July 5, 1998.]

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