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Fletchers Neck Station House

Biddeford Pool, ME
Built: 1874
Open to the Public: No

Station closed in 1971. Property and buildings sold to York County in 1973. Sold to private owner in 1993. Station house survives and is privately owned.


Fletchers Neck Station House

Biddeford Pool, ME
Built: 1906
Open to the Public: No

Station closed in 1971. Property and buildings sold to York County in 1973. Sold to private owner in 1993. Station house survives and is privately owned.


Forge River Station House

Mastic Beach, NY
Built: 1871 (with 1887 addition)
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station closed in 1947 and turned over to GSA in 1955. Station house does not survive at original site and may have been torn down after a new station house was built in 1917.


Forge River Station House

Ocean Bay Park, NY
Built: 1925?
Open to the Public: Yes

Station closed in 1947 and turned over to GSA in 1955. Station house survives but was moved to Ocean Beach Park in 1948 to become part of Flynn’s Hotel, now the Fire Island Hotel and Resort.


Forked River Station House

Seaside Park, NJ
Built: 1855
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station closed in 1947 and abandoned in 1948. Station house does not survive at original location and probably has been destroyed.


Forked River Station House

Seaside Park, NJ
Built: 1872
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station closed in 1947 and abandoned in 1948. Station house torn down in 1937 after the construction of a new station house.


Forked River Station House

Seaside Park, NJ
Built: 1937
Open to the Public: Yes

Station closed in 1947 and abandoned in 1948. Station house survives and is the Nature Interpretive/Learning Center for Island Beach State Park.


Fort Lauderdale House of Refuge

Fort Lauderdale, FL
Built: 1875 (at 1st site)
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station closed in 1930 at this site and moved to a new location after station house was destroyed by a hurricane that year. Responsibilities transferred to Base Six.


Fort Lauderdale Station House

Fort Lauderdale, FL
Built: 1968 (at 2nd site)
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station closed in 1975 at this site and moved to a new location. Station house does not survive.


Fort Lauderdale Station House

Dania Beach, FL
Built: 1975 (at 3rd site)
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station closed between 2005 and 2007 at this site.


Fort Macon Station House

Atlantic Beach, NC
Built: 1904
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station still active. Station house replaced by a new station house in 1938 and torn down in the late 1960s.


Fort Macon Station House

Atlantic Beach, NC
Built: 1936
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station still active. Station house replaced by a new station house in 1965 and later torn down.


Fort Macon Station House

Atlantic Beach, NC
Built: 1965
Open to the Public: Yes

Station still active. Station house survives.


Fort Meyers Beach Station House

Built: 1963
Open to the Public: Yes

Station still active. Station house was a 60 foot experimental houseboat of the same design as the Annapolis, MD station house. Fate of station house unknown.


Fort Pierce Inlet Equipment Building

Fort Pierce, FL
Built: 1937 (at 1st site)
Open to the Public: Yes

Station closed in 1974 at this site and moved to a new location. Equipment Building survives and is owned by Indian River Community College and leased to the USCG Auxiliary.


Fort Pierce Inlet Station House

Fort Pierce, FL
Built: 1937 (at 1st site)
Open to the Public: Yes

Station closed in 1974 at this site and moved to a new location. Station house survives and is used for a marine science program at Indian River Community College.


Fort Pierce Inlet Station House

Fort Pierce, FL
Built: 1974 (at 2nd site)
Open to the Public: Yes

Station still active at this site. Station house survives.


Fort Point Station House

San Francisco, CA
Built: 1890
Open to the Public: Yes

Station closed in 1990 and was replaced by Station Golden Gate. Station house survives and is part of Golden Gate National Recreation Area.


Fort Point Station House

San Francisco, CA
Built: 1915-1916
Open to the Public: Yes

Station closed March 23, 1990 and was replaced by Station Golden Gate. Station house survives and is part of Golden Gate National Recreation Area.


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