The Sodus Outer Light

 Outer Sodus Light 

            In 1834, piers were erected, and a beacon placed at the end.  A permenant beacon was installed in 1870, in conjuntion with the construction of the replacement lighthouse.  In 1901, the Lighthouse Board determined the pier beacon to be sufficient, and decommissioned the shore light.  The keeper's quarters remained in use by the US Coast Guard until 1984.

Outer Sodus Light
View of the Sodus Outer light from the Old Sodus Light

To reach the Outer Sodus Lighthouse, continue east along the lake front,
then north to a small park at the base of the West Pier.

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