East Pierhead Lighthouse in Cleveland Harbor, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
This conical, 30 foot tall cast iron tower is located at the end of a stone pier which stretches out into Lake Erie from the breakwall protecting Cleveland's inner harbor. A fog signal building constructed in 1910 is attached to the tower. This light and the East Pierhead Light about 1/2 mile away mark the entrance to the Cuyahoga River. It is still an active Coast Guard facility.
This light stands at the west end of a 4-mile long break-wall that protects the Cleveland shoreline. It is a conical, 25 foot tall cast iron tower. Along with the West Pierhead Light, it marks the entrance to Cleveland's inner harbor and the Cuyahoga River. Still active, it is now solar powered.
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May 18th, 2019
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