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Marblehead Lighthouse

Being 65 feet tall, this white tower is made of stone and uses a plastic lens to reftact its beam across the lake. Nearby, a Victorian keeper's quarters stands. Even though this is an active station, the grounds are open to the public. Driving on Ohio Route 2, exit on Ohio Route 52 and then head east on Route 163 to the lighthouse. This is the oldest light in continuous operation on the Great Likes. The old Fresnel lens is on display in the Marblehead Coast Guard Station.

Established: 1821
Status: Active
Location: Marblehead, Ohio


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