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Name: Pie Island Light  

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Nearest Town or City:
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

Location: Northwestern Lake Superior.


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Photo: Canadian Coast Guard

Notes:
This lighthouse was replaced by a skeleton tower in 1953. A resident of the area bought the abandoned 1895 lighthouse in the 1930s for $15 and with the help of friends, dismantled it and transported the lumber, windows and doors to Cloud Bay, using it to build a house. It's been reported that the 1904 "pepperpot" lighthouse here is still standing.

Tower Height: 23

Height of Focal Plane: 34

Characteristic and Range: Fixed white, visible for 11 miles.

Description of Tower: 1904: White, square wooden tower; dwelling nearby.

This light is not operational

Earlier Towers?
1895: White, square wooden tower.

Date Established: 1895

Date Present Tower Built: 1904

Date Deactivated: 1953

Current Use: Unknown.

Keepers: Thomas Alexander Craig (c. 1895-1910?)

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