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Inside Old Cape Henry Lighthouse at Fort Story
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A view inside the top of the old Cape Henry lighthouse, about 90 feet off the ground. The new Cape Henry lighthouse is across the street. Visible to the right of the new lighthouse is the USS Winston S. Churchill (DDG-81) returning from deployment.
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