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Rear of the Old Cape Henry Lighthouse at Fort Story
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View of the rear of the old Cape Henry lighthouse at Fort Story. Across the street is the new lighthouse, which is currently in commission. The water directly east is the Atlantic Ocean. The Chesapeake Bay bridge tunnel (not visible from this viewpoint) and the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay is to the north.
Copyright: Matthew Normand
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Resolution: 15096x7548
Uploaded: 30/03/2013
Updated: 05/08/2014
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Tags: cape; henry; lighthouse; fort; story; chesapeake; bay; atlantic; ocean
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