This stubby, 54 foot lighthouse is located near Silver Bay, Minnesota, overlooking Lake Superior. Completed in 1910, this light was built in response to the loss of ships during the famous Mataafa Storm of 1905 in which 29 ships were lost on Lake Superior. Sitting atop a 130 foot cliff, the hexagonal stone tower has prevented many a shipwreck since. The intense light, shaped by the bi-valve type Fresnel lens flashed a half second flash every nine and a half seconds and was visible for a distance of 22 miles.
Available Colors: Beige Black Brown Country Blue Flag Red Clay Gray Green Light Blue Navy Blue Red White
Standard Features: Solid hardwood construction Authentic Amish craftsmanship Made in America
Optional Features: Choice of Color Choice of Size Optional Top Lights Lighthouse Base Tower Window Lighting
Inside Diameter at Bottom: 2' lighthouse: 8 1/2" 3' lighthouse: 10 1/2" 4' lighthouse: 15 3/8" 5' lighthouse: 16 3/4" 6' lighthouse: 20" 8' lighthouse: 28" has braces at the base 12' lighthouse: 40" has braces at the base