PUT-IN-PAY, Ohio (AP) — A nineteenth-century lighthouse on a Lake Erie island has been restored and is being offered for events like weddings.
The 2 ½-story brick South Bass Island Lighthouse guided ships from July 1897 until October 1962.
The Blade reports (http://bit.ly/2cBrOuv ) that Ohio State University, which acquired the building from the federal government in 1867, is making the restored lighthouse available for special events starting next year.
The lighthouse with a 60-foot tower is unusual because of the amount of living space in an attached Queen Anne-style home.
The grounds, which include a butterfly garden, are a popular spot for viewing Lake Erie.