Bodie Island Lighthouse, Cape Hatteras, North Carolina wrapped in Scaffolding …
Bodie Island Lighthouse, Cape Hatteras, North Carolina wrapped in Scaffolding …
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The current Bodie Island Lighthouse found on Cape Hatteras, North Carolina is maintained by the National Park Service. In 2010 a year restoration project was began involving repairs on the exterior, interior and cleaning of the 1871 Fresnal lens which has 344 glass prisms. The visitor center and marshlands with broadwalks remains open to the public during the restoration project.
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