Angus Island
By Dave Wobser

Angus Island is a small island on the west side of the entrance to Thunder Bay.

The first light here was established in 1927. It was a white wooden building with a square, wooden lantern on top.

The present light is shown from a skeletal steel tower that has a focal plane 81 feet above Lake Superior. The modern optic flashes every 20 seconds and is visible for up to 16 miles.

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Photograph by Dave Wobser

Location: On the west side of the entrance to Thunder Bay.
Date Built: Unknown
Active: Yes

Open to
public:

No

 

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