Duluth Harbor North Breakwater, Minnesota, USA
Great Lakes lighthouses (part 3)
Great Lakes lighthouses (part 2)
Great Lakes lighthouses (part 1)
Westkapelle Lighthouses, Westkapelle, The Netherlands
Westkapelle has two active lighthouses.
The oldest lighthouse, built 1458-1470, 52 m (171 ft) tall, and standing prominently at the entrance to the village, is the remainder of a church that burned down in the 18th century. In 1818 the light was added to the top.
The other one, standing on the outer slope of the dyke, was built in 1875 of cast iron, is only 16 m (52 ft) tall .
Yaquina Head Lighthouse, Newport, Oregon, USA
Doubling Point Lighthouse, Arrowsic, Maine, USA
Covehead Lighthouse, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Point Prim Lighthouse, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Built in 1845, the Point Prim lighthouse is the first and oldest lighthouse on Prince Edward Island and one of only two round brick lighthouses in Canada.
Long Point lighthouse, Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA
Thomas Point Lighthouse - Annapolis, Maryland - Chesapeake Bay
Barnegat Lighthouse, New Jersey, USA
by Maurizio Photography
West Quoddy Head Lighthouse, Maine, USA
The site of West Quoddy Head Light, on the Bay of Fundy in Lubec, Maine, is famously the easternmost point in the United States. Congress put up $5,000 for the first wooden station in 1806, which has been rebuilt twice since it opened in 1808. The current tower, completed in 1858, stands at only 49 feet high, but it has a striking presence thanks to its red-and-white stripes.
Black Nore Point Lighthouse, Bristol Channel, United Kingdom
by Paul C Stokes
The Black Nore Lighthouse, which sits on stilts on the beach near the town of Portishead was installed in 1894.