Stokes Bay Range Lights

The rear range light is a square, white, 64-foot, skeletal tower with an enclosed upper portion. The upper portion looks similar to the front light.

The front light is a square, white wooden structure, 33 feet tall, with a red strip down the front side. The front light has been replaced by an adjacent round steel tower.

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Location: Town of Stokes Bay, Ontario, On the Lake Huron side  of the Bruce Peninsula, about 40 km. south of Toberory.
Date Built: 1904. Automated 1955
Active: Deactivated in 1990's

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Exterior only.

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