Photographer: Keith W. Churill

Point Iroquois

Point Iroquois, Michigan

Built:  (1857) 1870 

Construction:  Cylindrical brick / Integral

Status: In-Active since 1962, Public Access with Museum

Location: Point Iroquois, just North of Brimley

Height: 65 feet

Access: Car, with parking near the Light.

History: In 1857, the Fourth Order Fresnel lens was first illuminated at Point Iroquois. Located at the entrance to the St. Mary's River and the Soo Locks, it played an important  role in one of the busiest shipping lanes of the region. With the increase in shipping traffic and the need for more personnel, a larger light station and tower were constructed in 1870.

In 1962 the light was taken out of service, replaced with an aid to navigation constructed out in the lake next to the shipping channel.


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