Marblehead Light (Ohio)

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Marblehead Light in 1991 - 11th trip
Marblehead Light in 1991 - 11th trip

Marblehead, Ohio

Built: 1821

Overlooking the entrance to Sandusky Bay, this lighthouse is the oldest active one on the Great Lakes. It is a conical stone tower that stands 65 feet high. The keeper's dwelling is used as a museum by the Ottawa County Historical Society. This light was the featured Lake Erie lighthouse on the Great Lakes Lighthouse series of U.S. Postage stamps issued in 1995.

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