South Haven Pier Light ~ South Haven, Michigan...North Side...Standing on a pier jutting 1554 feet into Lake Michigan, the lighthouse was built in 1903, is 35 feet tall and uses a 5th order Fresnel lens.
The old Point Reyes lighthouse is about 1 hr north of San Francisco, CA near the epicenter of the big 1906 earthquake that almost completely destroyed San Francisco (during that earthquake, the lighthouse moved ~18 feet north, more than the widening of the Japanese main island caused by the recent earthquake). Point Reyes is the windiest place on the Pacific Coast and the second foggiest place (especially in summertime) on the North American continent.
Palmer Island Light Station is a historic lighthouse in New Bedford Harbor in New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA. The lighthouse was built in 1849 out of stone rubble. It was discontinued when the harbor's hurricane barrier was built in the early 1960s, as its location immediately north of the barrier was no longer an outlying danger and there are lights on either side of the barrier opening.
William Livingstone Lighthouse, Detroit, Michigan This art deco lighthouse is located on the north end of Belle Isle, a large island in the Detroit River that was lanscaped by Frederick Law Olmstead. This image of the top shows the eagles that terminate each flute in the "column" of the lighthouse.