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Ocean City, NJ USLSS For Sale

Ocean City, NJ USLSS For Sale A SEASHORE LANDMARK’S LAST BEST HOPE A recent agreement by Saving Our Station (S.O.S.), a southern New Jersey historic-preservation coalition, with Ocean City Life-Saving Station owners Rafaele Pansini and Roger Parkin and with city government, opens up a rare and unparalleled opportunity for a preservation-minded buyer to acquire the […]

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Ocean City, NJ USLSS For Sale

A SEASHORE LANDMARK’S LAST BEST HOPE A recent agreement by Saving Our Station (S.O.S.), a southern New Jersey historic-preservation coalition, with Ocean City Life-Saving Station owners Rafaele Pansini and Roger Parkin and with city government, opens up a rare and unparalleled opportunity for a preservation-minded buyer to acquire the station property for $887,500. “This is […]

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Old Harbor Station Is Reminder Of Impermanence Of Beach Buildings

Cape Cod Chronicle Sentinel, Relocated Old Harbor Station Is Reminder Of Impermanence Of Beach Buildings by Debra Lawless The recent demolition of several North Beach camps is a reminder that the beach, and the structures that sit on it, are not permanent.  One of the most notable and historic structures to call the barrier beach […]

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Cape Cod Chronicle – Sentinel, Relocated

Sentinel, Relocated Old Harbor Station Is Reminder Of Impermanence Of Beach Buildings by Debra Lawless The recent demolition of several North Beach camps is a reminder that the beach, and the structures that sit on it, are not permanent.  One of the most notable and historic structures to call the barrier beach home, the Old […]

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Work to begin on walkway focusing on Muskegon’s maritime heritage

The Muskegon Chronicle Work to begin on walkway focusing on Muskegon’s maritime heritage by Dave Alexander Thousands of visitors and residents each week walk along the south wall of the Muskegon Channel not aware of the history of the area. From the modern freighters entering Muskegon Lake, to the two Muskegon lighthouses to the historic […]

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Seacoastonline.com

Students improve life-saving station Project example of required ‘real-world’ learning By Dave Choate When it came time to put together a study on potential uses for the historic Wood Island Lifesaving Station off the coast of Kittery, Maine, the town turned to a group of students from the University of New Hampshire. The students developed […]

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The Muskegon Chronicle

Work to begin on walkway focusing on Muskegon’s maritime heritage by Dave Alexander Thousands of visitors and residents each week walk along the south wall of the Muskegon Channel not aware of the history of the area. From the modern freighters entering Muskegon Lake, to the two Muskegon lighthouses to the historic U.S. Coast Guard […]

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