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Name: Wisconsin Point Light  

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Also known as: Superior Harbor Entry South Breakwater Light

Also known as: Superior South Light; & Superior Entry Light

Nearest Town or City:
Superior, Wisconsin, United States

Location: Entrance to Port of Superior, Lake Superior.

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Photo: Lori Harvey

Managing Organization:
Private owner

On August 26, 2019 the lighthouse was sold at a General Services Auction for $159,000 to Steven Brody.

Tower Height: 56

Height of Focal Plane: 70

Description of Tower: White, cylindrical concrete tower with red lantern, attached to fog signal building.

This light is operational

Other Buildings?
Integral 1913 concrete fog signal building.

Date Established: 1913

Date Present Tower Built: 1913

Date Automated: 1970

Optics: 1913: Fourth order Fresnel lens, now DCB-24.

Current Use: Active aid to navigation.

Open To Public? Grounds only.

Follow Wisconsin Point Road to the northern tip of Wisconsin Point; there is a view of the lighthouse from here. Go back about .3 mile and go left to reach the breakwater and lighthouse. The walk over the rough breakwater is somewhat strenuous.

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