Fog Signal Kind:

Time to start:

How long will pressure last:


Year of Manufacture:



Timing device:

If whistle, siren or trumpet, Pressure at which blown:

Height above water:

Compass direction:


Distance and direction:

Water supply:

Reached from Lighthouse:

Desc of Fog signal building:

Pressure and recording gauge:

Lighthouse Inspection Reports Database

Oswego Breakwater Light Station

Fog Signal General

Heavy bell hung from side of tower, struck by Stevens Automatic fog bell striking apparatus.

Bell struck 1 blow every 12 sec.


Bottom of bell above MLL = 21' 4"

Marks end of breakwater, entrance to Oswego Harbor.

Bell attached to N side of tower, about 12' above deck of pier, 21' 4" above MLL.

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