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St. Joseph Michigan Lighthouse

The St. Joseph Michigan Lighthouse consists of two lights, the inner pierhead light and the outer pierhead light. The two lights combined make up a range light for boaters entering the harbor. Line up the two lights and you're headed directly toward the harbor.

This shot was taken from the end of the pier looking toward shore. The outer light, built in 1906, is in the foreground, and the inner light, built in 1907, is toward the background.

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Taken on April 6, 2008