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IMG_20080805_0639-Edit-2 Vermilion Point is a remote, undeveloped shore with a rich history lying 9.75 miles (15.69 km) west of Whitefish Point, Michigan, on a stretch of Lake…
1 Vermilion Point is a remote, undeveloped shore with a rich history lying 9.75 miles (15.69 km) west of Whitefish Point, Michigan, on a stretch of Lake Superior’s southeast coast known as the "Graveyard of the Great Lakes" or, in the title of a book by noted Great Lakes maritime historian Frederick Stonehouse, "The Shipwreck Coast". The servicemen of Vermilion Lifesaving Station performed daring rescues of shipwrecks from 1877 until 1944 when it was closed after modern navigational technology made this service obsolete.
IMG00677 Lake Superior Coast area
2 Lake Superior Coast area
2008-08-05_25390_WTA_5DM1 Whitefish Point Lighthouse, Michigan
3 Whitefish Point Lighthouse, Michigan
2008-08-05_25403_WTA_5DM1-2-2 Vermilion Point is a remote, undeveloped shore with a rich history lying 9.75 miles (15.69 km) west of Whitefish Point, Michigan, on a stretch of Lake…
4 Vermilion Point is a remote, undeveloped shore with a rich history lying 9.75 miles (15.69 km) west of Whitefish Point, Michigan, on a stretch of Lake Superior’s southeast coast known as the "Graveyard of the Great Lakes" or, in the title of a book by noted Great Lakes maritime historian Frederick Stonehouse, "The Shipwreck Coast". The servicemen of Vermilion Lifesaving Station performed daring rescues of shipwrecks from 1877 until 1944 when it was closed after modern navigational technology made this service obsolete.
2008-08-05_25388_WTA_5DM1 Whitefish Point Lighthouse, Michigan
5 Whitefish Point Lighthouse, Michigan
2008-08-05_25403_WTA_5DM1-3 Vermilion Point is a remote, undeveloped shore with a rich history lying 9.75 miles (15.69 km) west of Whitefish Point, Michigan, on a stretch of Lake…
6 Vermilion Point is a remote, undeveloped shore with a rich history lying 9.75 miles (15.69 km) west of Whitefish Point, Michigan, on a stretch of Lake Superior’s southeast coast known as the "Graveyard of the Great Lakes" or, in the title of a book by noted Great Lakes maritime historian Frederick Stonehouse, "The Shipwreck Coast". The servicemen of Vermilion Lifesaving Station performed daring rescues of shipwrecks from 1877 until 1944 when it was closed after modern navigational technology made this service obsolete.
2008-08-05_25407_WTA_5DM1 Vermilion Point is a remote, undeveloped shore with a rich history lying 9.75 miles (15.69 km) west of Whitefish Point, Michigan, on a stretch of Lake…
7 Vermilion Point is a remote, undeveloped shore with a rich history lying 9.75 miles (15.69 km) west of Whitefish Point, Michigan, on a stretch of Lake Superior’s southeast coast known as the "Graveyard of the Great Lakes" or, in the title of a book by noted Great Lakes maritime historian Frederick Stonehouse, "The Shipwreck Coast". The servicemen of Vermilion Lifesaving Station performed daring rescues of shipwrecks from 1877 until 1944 when it was closed after modern navigational technology made this service obsolete.
2008-08-05_25424_WTA_5DM1 The Tahquamenon Falls are two different waterfalls on the Tahquamenon River. Both sets are located near Lake Superior in the eastern Upper Peninsula of…
8 The Tahquamenon Falls are two different waterfalls on the Tahquamenon River. Both sets are located near Lake Superior in the eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The water is notably brown in color from the tannins leached from the cedar swamps which the river drains. This phenomenon is responsible for the alternative local name 'Root Beer Falls'.
2008-08-05_25473_WTA_5DM1 Tahquamenon Falls, Michigan
9 Tahquamenon Falls, Michigan
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