Round Island Passage Light

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Round Island Passage Light in 2005 - 46th trip
Round Island Passage Light in 2005 - 46th trip

Mackinac Island, Michigan

Built: 1948

Automated: 1973

This 60 foot tall reinforced concrete tower was built to replace the Round Island Light. It is located near the breakwater off the south shore of Mackinac Island. The Mackinac Island ferries travel between this light and the restored Round Island Light on their daily excursions to and from the island.

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