Does having lead-in lights in-site during an approach that includes them allow for a pilot to descend to 100 feet above the touchdown zone elevation? 14 CFR 91.175 allows a pilot to make such a descent if the approach light system is in-site, but does a lead-in light system qualify?
The approach also states the following:
When visual reference established, fly visual to airport via lead-in lights to Rwy 13L or 13R.
Also worth referencing here is this question about what counts as runway in sight, but this question is specific to lead-in lights and is not answered directly by that question.