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Inner Lighthouse - Port Colborne
Canada

The inner Lighthouse in Port Colborne stands at the Southern end of the Welland ship canal that provides passage between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.

Most lighthouses in Canada are no longer necessary having been replaced by GPS and other modern navigational aids.
This lighthouse is no exception, except for electricity to a new and brighter navigation light on the upper catwalk.
The Lighthouse Keepers' house was torn down, leaving just the main structure. 

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Copyright: Clay morehead
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Uploaded: 30/07/2013
Updated: 26/06/2014
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Tags: lighthouse; port colborne; lake erie; welland canal; marine; canal; save our lighthouses
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