Sheboygan Pierhead Lighthouse, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
SHEBOYGAN PIERHEAD (BREAKWATER) LIGHT
Location: On southeast end of breakwater
Station Established: 1915
Year Current Tower(s) First Lit: 1915
Foundation Materials: Pier
Construction Materials: Cast iron
Tower Shape: Cylindrical
Height: 55 feet above water
Characteristic: Flashing red
Relationship to Other Structure: ATTACHED
Original Lens: FIFTH ORDER, FRESNEL
Fog Signal: Siren, 3-second blast
- The light located on the pier was moved there from another location in 1915.
- The lantern was removed but the tower remains on the pier serving as a daymark for the entrance to the harbor. There is also a fog signal present.
Researched and written by Anne Puppa, a volunteer through the Chesapeake Chapter of the U.S. Lighthouse Society.