Superior Entry Lighthouse Offered To Any Eligible Group
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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Now one historic piece of the great lake is up for the taking. Wisconsin’s Superior Entry lighthouse is no longer needed by the U.S. Coast Guard.
So, the lighthouse is being offered to any eligible group that would take it.
The lighthouse was built in 1911 and stands at the entrance to the port of Superior, Wisconsin.
The new keeper would need to pay for its upkeep for educational, recreational, cultural or historic preservation purposes.
The Coast Guard will reserve the right to service, replace or move the still-operating aids to navigation inside.