The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, on Lake Superior by way of Wisconsin, has several lighthouses. An outstanding one is Outer Island Lighthouse. (Click the link for a surprise.)
Here's a lot about the Apostle Islands and the lighthouse itself.
Outer Island Light, by Dave Wobser
"The tower was built with a circular iron stairway leading to a watch room and outside walkway below the lantern. The Third Order lens had six bulls eye panels which produced a flashing white light 130 feet above Lake Superior and 86 feet above ground. The lens was turned by a clockwork mechanism powered by weights."
And below are four pictures this time:
|by Dennis O'hara|