Frozen St. Joseph North Pier Lighthouse, Michigan, USA Built back in 1898, the St. Joseph North Pier lighthouse gave off if its first light in 1906, today the light is still fully operational. Amazing to witness at any time of the year, but in the winter when the lighthouse freezes over it’s something else altogether.
Currituck Beach Light Spiral Staircase. Access to the lighthouse's Watch Room, Lantern Room, and Gallery deck is via opened-web cast iron steps and solid "skid proof" landings. These metal components were stamped with a numerical code during pre-assembly at the factory and re-assembled on site based on those code sequences. The spiral stairs rising from the b/w marble tile floor at the base of the lighthouse are located on the west side of the tower and were originally "free floating."
The view inside Rinns of Islay Lighthouse - Designed by Robert Stevenson and first lit in 1825. Rinns of Islay sits on the island of Orsay just off of Port Wemyss and Portnahaven. The lighthouse was one of the last to be automated in Scotland in 1998. Treppen Stairs Escaleras