Middle Bay Light Giclee Print By Jim Gray
In 1885 the U.S. Lighthouse Service built a lighthouse at the main bend in the channel, midway in Mobile Bay. The lighthouse was designed and built hexagonal in shape, with seven steel pilings screwed into the bottom of the bay and braced with steel rods. Evidently it was a perfect design because it still stands after more than 100 years, and a number of hurricanes. Middle Bay Light is known and loved by many sailors and stands as a tribute to man's ability.
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