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Thu November 8, 2012
Take A Tour Of Pigeon Key
Earlier this week we brought to you a story about a community organization trying to restore the Old Seven Mile Bridge.
Part of that story touched on Pigeon Key, where the work camp for the men who built the Old Seven Mile Bridge lived 100 years ago. The entire island is now a museum.
Take a tour of historic Pigeon Key with Riet Steinmetz through these photos above.
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