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Although the station was established in 1871, it took more than half a century for the Ludington Light to be lit as a light house. Basically a tower on top of a pow-like structure that was designed to break waves, this structure is actually quite unique among the other fancier buildings of the sort in the area. It is also known as the Ludington North Breakwater Light and is located in the convergence site of the Lake Michigan and Pere Marquette River.

The Ludington Light also has a fog signal integrated to the light tower. It is still in operation today, but is already offering public tours on specific days of the year. This tradition started in 2006, when the US Coast Guard transferred the site?s ownership to the City of Ludington in accordance to the National Historic Lighthouse Preservation Act.
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