The lighthouse Tourlitis of Andros Island (Greece) was bulit in 1897 and was bombarded during the World War II – it was restored in The first time that Andros island was to be emprinted on a Greek stamp was with a portrait of this offshore lighthouse.
The abandoned Grand Island East Channel Light, Grand Island, MI. Guarding the shores of Lake Superior on Upper Peninsula, this square wooden lighthouse was in use from 1870 to While the lighthouse is not accessible to the public, it can be seen by boat.
Drum Point Light (Maryland) is one of three surviving Chesapeake Bay screw-pile lighthouses. Originally located off Drum Point at the mouth of the Patuxent River, it is now an exhibit at the Calvert Marine Museum.