Clay Township, Michigan: Water Tank Lighthouse
Built in 1925, an upscale subdivision had its water tank disguised as a lighthouse.
- 6503 Dyke Rd, Clay Township, MI
- I-94 exit 247. Drive southeast on Hwy 19 for 2.5 miles. Turn left at the stoplight onto Main St./Hwy 29. Follow Hwy 29 for eight miles to the lighthouse on the right.
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Water Tank Disguised as Lighthouse
Built in 1925, this tower was once used as a water tank for a subdivision named "The Colony." [Diane M, 12/31/2016]
March 30, 2017
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