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Name: Bailey's Harbor Rear Range Light  

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Also known as: Bailey's Harbor Range Rear Light

Nearest Town or City:
Bailey's Harbor, Wisconsin, United States

Location: North side of Bailey's Harbor, Door Peninsula, Lake Michigan.

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Photo: Gary Martin

Managing Organization:
Private owner

The Bailey's Harbor Range Lights are within the Ridges Wildlife Sanctuary.

Tower Height: 35

Height of Focal Plane: 39

Description of Tower: Light was inside cupola on of 1 1/2 story keeper's quarters.

This light is not operational

Other Buildings?
Integral 1.5 story wooden keeper's dwelling.

Date Established: 1870

Date Present Tower Built: 1870

Date Deactivated: 1969

Date Automated: 1930

Optics: 1902: Fifth order Fresnel lens, still in place.

Current Use: Part of wildlife sanctuary, privately owned.

Open To Public? Grounds only.

From Highway 57 North, take Ridges Road to the Ridges Wildlife Sanctuary and the range lights. The lighthouse is a private residence but can be photographed from the gate; be sure to respect the privacy of the owners.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Keepers: Fabian Trudell (1869-1872), Marcus Shaler (1872-1875), Joseph Harris Jr. (1875-1881), Hans L. Hanson (1881-1882), George Larson (1882-1888), John Millidge (1888-1896), Henry Gattie (1896-1923)


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