USCG Station Cleveland Harbor


Today, Coast Guard Station Cleveland Harbor is home to the Burning River Festival.

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The U.S. Coast Guard Station was located on the West Pier at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River in Cleveland, Ohio, from 1876-1976.12 It was a complex of buildings, including an operations center, boathouse, garage, and 60-foot observation tower, designed by local architect J. The station remained in use until 1976 when the Coast Guard relocated its Cleveland operations to the East 9th Street pier. The Whiskey Island complex was occupied by the water-quality-control laboratories of the Cleveland Division of Water until 1984.2 In 2016, the station came under the management of the Cleveland Metroparks and underwent a significant transformation. Today, it is home to the Burning River Festival.

Each coin measures 2 inches in size.

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