The Marblehead Lighthouse is just north of Sandusky and was established in 1819. As such, it is the oldest continuous lighthouse on the Great Lakes. It was built of limestone.
The normal shot of the lighthouse.
Looking up at the tower. The lighthouse is still in use and you can see the light from miles away.
The keeper's house but this was added later.
Another shot looking up at the tower.
My favorite type of lighthouse shot. Looking up at it.
A shot to get the rocks in. The town has a limestone quarry still in use.
A shot of the flags to show you how windy it was.