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Point Clark Lighthouse National Historic Site of Canada

Point Clark Lighthouse National Historic Site of Canada
This lighthouse, is located on Lake Huron 35 kilometers north of Goderich, was built between 1855 and 1859. It commemorates the vital role of lighthouses in navigation on the Great Lakes. The 87-foot limestone tower topped by a 12-sided lantern framed in cast iron is typical of the six "Imperial" towers built in the region, a lighthouse style rarely seen elsewhere in Canada. The Township of Huron has an agreement with Parks Canada to operate the lightkeeper's house as a local museum.

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