Although the state of Pennsylvania doesn’t have an extremely large list of different lighthouses situated in the state, the ones that are here are quite popular in that they seem to be in some of the most picturesque environments that one could hope for when snapping a shot of a lighthouse. While the lighthouses in this state are not considered some of the most historically significant in the opinion of some, that does not stop endless streams of visitors from coming to see these light beacons in person year after year. One thing that many people find interesting about Pennsylvania lighthouses is the fact that a decent amount of light stations that once stood and operated in the state are now no where to be found.
This is unique and surprising to some for the simple fact that when the sites of these lighthouses that used to be in PA are visited, in some cases there are no remains or evidence that a lighthouse used to be in the specified area. To a few people, this fact is quite intriguing and interesting for some because they want to go to the grounds of where a light station used to stand to try and find whatever remains might still be there although ahead of time they were warned that none exist.