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September 09, 2014


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Gretchen Garrison

I LOVE when they can rescue old buildings. I think I would enjoy seeing this as much as the amusement park (and I love roller coasters). For some reason, we do not really have light houses in Nebraska. Guess I need to travel your way! :-)

Tonya {The Traveling Praters}

I'll be at Cedar Point this weekend and maybe, just maybe, I'll be able to catch a glimpse of the lighthouse. What a fascinating story!

Dominique King

I was really happy to discover that Cedar Point did such a nice job of restoring this lighthouse...especially after seeing the "before" photos that showed how sad it looked just 15 years ago, Gretchen.

Tonya-did you get a chance to see the lighthouse when you visited Cedar Point?

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