Sodus Pierhead Lighthouse

Sodus Bay, New York - 1938 (1858**)

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Piers were first put in at Sodus Bay in 1834. At this time a beacon was put at the end to mark the entrance to the bay.

In 1901, the beacon to the right was built and became the permanent marker to the bay thus making the Old Sodus Point Light obsolete.

Directions: Starting at the intersection of Route 104 and Route 14, Make the turn onto Route 14 and head north towardds the lake. Follow it to the village of Sodus Point. Make sure you follow Route 14, it does a few zig-zags, but if you follow the signs, you will be fine. Make a left onto Ontario Street (at firehall) and follow it to Wickham Blvd. Make a right onto Wickham, and follow it to the parking area at the end. From the parking area, you can walk to the pier and see the lighthouse.

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