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Atlantic City
NJ,
Built: 1855?
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station closed in 1922 and turned over to GSA in 1955. Station house does not survive at original location and probably has been destroyed.

Atlantic City
NJ,
Built: 1872
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station closed in 1922 and turned over to GSA in 1955. Station house does not survive at original location and probably has been destroyed.

Atlantic City
NJ,
Built: 1896
Open to the Public: Unknown

Station closed in 1922 and turned over to GSA in 1955. Station house survives and is used as a medical daycare center for children with special medical needs.

Wellesley Island
NY,
Built: 1963?
Open to the Public: Yes

Station still active. Station house survives.

Alpena
MI,
Built: 1913
Open to the Public: Yes

Station still active. Station house survives and is leased from the General Services Administration and shared with other federal agencies.

Amaganset
NY,
Built: 1849
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station closed in 1936 and site transferred to the Navy for use as a radio direction finder station. Site now owned by the Town of East Hampton. Station house does not survive at original location and probably has been destroyed.

Amaganset
NY,
Built: 1880
Open to the Public: Yes

Station closed in 1936 and site transferred to the Navy for use as a radio direction finder station. Site now owned by the Town of East Hampton. Station house survives but was moved off site in 1902 to Main Street in Amagansett where it is the Outdoor store.

Amaganset
NY,
Built: 1902
Open to the Public: No

Station closed in 1936 and site transferred to the Navy for use as a radio direction finder station. Station site was acquired by the Town of East Hampton, and the station house was sold for a private residence and moved off site. In 2007 the station house was bought by the Town of East Hampton and moved back to its original site. It is being restored as a museum.

Annapolis
MD,
Built: 1963
Open to the Public: Does Not Survive

Station still active. Station house was a 60 foot experimental houseboat of the same design as the Fort Meyers, FL station house. It no longer survives.

Annapolis
MD,
Built: 1970
Open to the Public: Yes

Station still active. Station house survives.