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Florida Keys US Rt 1 Sugarloaf Key
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The only way in and out of the Florida Keys is US1. Here we are about 15 miles North of Key West. For years the only way to travel to the Keys was by boat. Rail replaced boats and then the roadway which replaced the train after a hurricane distroyed the rail tracks.

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