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Five signets following the Mother, Father off to the side

Lakeside: Home to the Cross Lake Ferry and currently the de facto center of tourist based retail shopping, Lakeside features wonderful attractions such as an art gallery, candy store, the Harbor movie theater, and glass making shop. It also features many quaint restaurants which give you a feel for the local color and flavor that makes Lakeside a distinct area of the city. The area, together with the downtown and surrounding neighborhoods is considered by many to be the 'spiritual heart' of Muskegon and has long been home to many of the city's leading residents and businesses.

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Lakeside view of Muskegon Lake


Lakeside industry


Muskegon train station


Lake freighter


LST as a Museum



Lake Michigan Cruises


Lake Express car ferry arriving from Milwaukee



approaching the dock



ready to open the ferry ramp


first vehicle off



pointing the direction to town


loading the vehicles to return to Milwaukee


along the shore of Lake Muskegon




entering the channel to Lake Michigan


the Navel Museum


Coast Guard ship exhibit


the retired submarine



Coast Guard Station at the mouth of the harbor



the lighthouse



harbor entrance to Lake Muskegon


Lake Michigan beach

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