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December 17th, 2020

Munising Rear Range Lighthouse

Munising Rear Range Lighthouse is located Munising in Michigan’s Alger County. Built in 1908, it stands 33 feet (10m) tall. The active red light works in conjunction with Munising Front Range Lighthouse. The two red beacons direct toward the East Channel and line up one above the other creating focal planes of 79 and 107 […]

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December 17th, 2020

Grand Island Harbor Front Range Light

Grand Island Harbor Front Range Light is located down a foot path off of M-28 just before entering Christmas, 4.5 miles (7.2km) west of Munising, in Michigan’s Alger County. Also known as the Bay Furnace Range Light, it was built in 1867 and it stands 20 feet (6m) tall right along the waters edge. The […]

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December 17th, 2020

Grand Island Harbor Rear Range Lighthouse

Grand Island Harbor Rear Range Lighthouse is located 50 yards down a narrow one-lane dirt road off of M-28 just before entering Christmas, 4.5 miles (7.2km) west of Munising, in Michigan’s Alger County. Also known as the Bay Furnace Range Light, it was first lit in 1914 and stands 70 feet (21.3m) tall. The Hiawatha […]

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December 17th, 2020

Portage Lake Lift Bridge

The Portage Lake Lift Bridge spans 1310 feet (399.29m) crossing over the Keweenaw Waterway, Portage Lake. Portage Lake runs entirely through the middle of the Keweenaw Peninsula and this bridge is the only roadway that connects them and the cities of Houghton and Hancock in Michigan’s Houghton County. This lift bridge was built in 1959 […]

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December 17th, 2020

Grand Island North Lighthouse

Grand Island North Lighthouse is located on Grand Island, part of the Hiawatha National Forest, in Michigan’s Alger County. Grand Island is accessible by passenger Ferry, private boat, or cruise out of Munising. This Lighthouse stands on a 175 foot (53.3m) cliff on public property and not open to the public though it can be […]

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December 17th, 2020

Mackinac Bridge

The Mackinac Bridge, also known as the “Mighty Mac”, spans an impressive 4.99 miles (8.03 km) – that’s 26,372 feet! One of the world’s longest bridges! It crosses 155 feet (47.24m) over the Straits of Mackinac between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. The bridge connects the cities of St. Ignace and Mackinaw City in Michigan’s […]

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December 17th, 2020

Grand Island East Channel Lighthouse

Grand Island East Channel Lighthouse is located on the southeast shore of Grand Island in Michigan’s Alger County. Grand Island is accessible by passenger Ferry, private boat, cruise or tours out of Munising. Built in 1868 of wood, it stands 45.9 feet (14m) tall. The lighthouse is privately owned and the grounds aren’t open to […]

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December 17th, 2020

Richard I. Bong Memorial Bridge

The Richard I. Bong Memorial Bridge, “Bong Bridge”, spans 11,800 feet (3,600m) with 8,300 feet (2,500m) crossing over the St. Louis River. It connects Superior, WI (Douglas County) and Duluth, MN. (St. Louis County) on highway US-2. It was built in 1982 and is a steel arch suspended deck bridge. The bridge was named after […]

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December 17th, 2020

Marquette Harbor Lighthouse

Marquette Harbor Lighthouse is located in Marquette in Michigan’s Marquette County. Established in 1853 this “Heart Throb Red” lighthouse stands 40 feet (12m) tall over Marquette Harbor. It sits on a concrete crib at the southern end of the breakwater wall that you can walk to the end of on a paved pathway with railing. […]

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