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Lorain Lighthouse~ Lorain,  Ohio   "Jewel of the Port" ~ Standing at the north end of the West Harbor Breakwater in Lorain Harbor, its light is no longer lit, its fog horn no longer sounds, but it remains a silent reminder of Lorain’s historic relationship with Lake Erie shipping. ~Stop #1 Elyria Ohio, Lorain Ohio, Lighthouse Pictures, Long Lights, One Day Trip, Light Of The World, Lake Erie, State Parks, Lighthouses

Lorain Lighthouse~ Lorain, Ohio "Jewel of the Port" ~ Standing at the north end of the West Harbor Breakwater in Lorain Harbor, its light is no longer lit, its fog horn no longer sounds, but it remains a silent reminder of Lorain’s historic relationship with Lake Erie shipping. ~Stop #1

Black River in Lorain, OH with the Basquel Bridge in background and the old iron shipyard in the forefront Elyria Ohio, Lorain Ohio, The Buckeye State, Big Town, Visitors Bureau, Lake Erie, North Coast, Travel Information, Great Lakes

The Black River is now Blue

MUST View this one Large! #3 in Explore for 2/20/2009! I tried to attain a sharp image here, while keeping noise/grain to a minimum. Much easier task with my Nikon D90, compared to the D40. I could have gone with a longer exposure here, but I kinda like how the shorter exposure (6 seconds) displays how windy it was that night....illustrated by the motion on the water surface. TGIF everybody....it sure has been a long week!!

Underground Railroad Monument - Station Lorain, OH Lorain Ohio, Ohio Buckeyes, Underground Railroad, Historical Monuments, Lest We Forget, Lake Erie, Canada Travel, Civil Rights, Black History

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Here's an interesting article about the ambitious playground program Lorain used to have in the 1960's. It's from a Lorain Journal of early June 1969. (Give it a click so you can read it.) I've blogged before about growing up on Skyline Drive. I remember walking down to Willow Park with my siblings so we could take part in some of the summer activities going on down there. I remember it was a lot of fun, with some great college kids running the whole thing. Besides the organized games, there…