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  • Currituck Beach Light Station Currituck Beach Light Station
    This red-brick lighthouse towers above the northern Outer Banks landscape in the historic Corolla Village. Visitors can climb the winding staircase, 220 steps in all, to the top of the lighthouse for a panoramic view of Currituck Sound, the Atlantic Ocean and the Currituck Outer Banks. Inside the lighthouse, at the base and on the first two landings, there are museum-quality lighthouse exhibits. On the way up or down, stop to learn about the history of coastal lighthouses, the Fresnel lens, shipwrecks and the lighthouse keepers. Corolla, North Carolina
    http://www.currituckbeachlight.com/
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  • Outer Banks Lighthouse Society Outer Banks Lighthouse Society
    The Outer Banks Lighthouse Society was organized in 1994 to aid in the preservation of the lighthouses in the area and work with the National Park Service and other agencies and non-profit groups to achieve the safe-keeping of the buildings, artifacts and records of the old United States Lighthouse Establishment, a.k.a. U.S. Light-House Board and Bureau of Lighthouses and U.S. Lighthouse Service. Morehead City, North Carolina
    http://www.outerbankslighthousesociety.org/
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  • Outer Banks Lights Outer Banks Lights
    List of lighthouses in North Carolina, with descriptions, info, and photos.
    http://lighthousegetaway.com/lights/banks.html
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Roanoke River Lighthouse & Maritime Museum Roanoke River Lighthouse & Maritime Museum
    War, fire, ice, politics….the story of the The Roanoke River Lighthouse—or more appropriately, the four Roanoke River Lights—could be the subject of a disaster movie or an inspirational book. Today, a perfect replica of the second Roanoke River Lighthouse sits peacefully alongside the Roanoke River. Its exhibits tell the story of this once-bustling port town where schooners, steamboats, and barges frequented the customs house. The river connected the region to the broader world and this beacon protected that connection. Browse the exhibits and discover the fascinating stories. Climb the spiral staircase, step past the lens onto a breezy deck and imagine the lonely life of the keeper, isolated for days or weeks at a time with only his chickens and goats on a lower deck. At the Roanoke River Maritime Museum, just across the street, enjoy a wealth of photographs that share the story of the river's impact on fishermen, farmers, foresters, merchants, soldiers, papermakers…and most of the people who lived here or passed through this place and neighboring towns like Jamesville, Roper and Creswell. Plymouth, North Carolina
    http://roanokeriverlighthouse.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2020) - Report this link as bad!

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