Racine Reef Light
 

Racine Reef Light, a one-of-a-kind, was built on a reef offshore from Racine Wisconsin. It is long gone. The base still exists and has a small skeletal tower on it.

The light was built in 1905 and first lit in 1906. Electrified after 1939 and unmanned in 1954, the structure was demolished in 1961.

The fourth order lens in the Racine County Historical Museum.

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1919 photograph  courtesy of Rob L'Heureux,
the Detroit News Archives

Location: Off shore Racine, Wisconsin
Date Built: 1905
Active: Yes. Replacement skeletal tower

Open to
public:

No

 

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