Sheboygan Breakwater Light

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Sheboygan Breakwater Light in 2003 - 41st trip
Sheboygan Breakwater Light in 2003 - 41st trip

Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Built: 1915

This light was originally fitted with a round cast iron lantern, but today it has a glass lens lantern mounted on top of the conical steel tower. It sits at the end of a .3 mile breakwater that reaches out into Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Sheboygan River.

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