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Two places worth shelling out a few bucks for admission are the Spy Museum and the Newseum.
WHERE TO STAY: There's a lot of ground to cover in D. A good downtown choice, within 10 minutes of the National Mall is the L'Enfant Plaza.
You want to shake off work without having to drive too far. That's why we found one-tank trips every New Yorker should take -- for all kinds of travelers. (about 225 miles from New York City) The nation's capital is one of the best family destinations on the East Coast. Unlike similar institutions in New York, the Smithsonian makes art, history and culture available to everyone at no cost.
Whether you're looking for a weekend at the beach, a ski getaway, a family visit to an amusement park or a host of other quick destinations that feature everything for children and adults alike, we found 25 great getaways in the Northeast that won't take more than a tank of gas. Berdan, Lauren Chattman, Malerie Yolen-Cohen, Alison Gregor, Cate Latting, Erica Marcus, Mary Ann Mc Gann, Jim Merritt and Beth Whitehouse. Not only because of its renowned cultural institutions and historical significance, but because so much of what D. Other museums worth checking out: the National Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of Natural History and the National Zoo.
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Much sought after, this scarce volume chronicles the history of the lightships in this vital area. Unusually large, bold view of this little-known Cape Cod lightship. Photo measures 7 x 9 and is double matted and framed to 14 x 17. Relief was rammed amidships on the starboard side, resulting in a jagged hole at least two feet wide extending from the weather deck & narrowing downward towards the keel. The vessel was moved to the Coast Guard's Third District headquarters at , in May 1950, for a three-month experimental trial run at the Ambrose station. She was expressly built for service at this station, and remained in service there until 1966. The vessel was moved to the Coast Guard's Third District headquarters at , in May 1950, for a three-month experimental trial run at the Ambrose station. He was shipmates with a number of the crew that survived the collision by the freighter SS Green Bay and the sinking of the lightship. Most interesting look into the lives and dangers of these lightship sailors. LV-101 was built in 1916 and served on Cape Charles station, as a Relief, Overfalls station and Stonehorse Shoal.
Illustrated with over 93 beautifully detailed photographs. During World War II she served as an examination vessel off the northern entrance to the Cape Cod Canal. 78 / WAL 505 on Ambrose Channel Lightship Station (relieving Ambrose Lightship WLV 613). An annual saving of ,000 in maintenance and personnel was also anticipated. The last lightship stationed on Diamond Shoals, WLV-189 was the first lightship built after the Coast Guard took over the Lighthouse Service in 1939, and the first all-welded lightship. An annual saving of ,000 in maintenance and personnel was also anticipated. Often, the defenseless lightship, anchored and incapable of avoiding a collision, paid the ultimate price for remaining in this hazardous and vulnerable position. He speaks with firsthand knowledge of the ship and crew. Joint Marine Board of Investigation into the collision between the SS Green Bay and the USCG Lightship RELIEF 78 / WAL 505, and the survivors story, as told largely in the words and memories of RELIEF LV 78/505 survivor Bobbie R. He attempts to tell this story in chronological order, with a view into what was occurring on both ships during this timeframe. She was marked with the pseudo name PORTSMOUTH when moored as a museum, although there was never a lightship station by that name.
Featured on our web site and in our monthly web catalogues are new and out-of-print books, documents, post cards, photographs, maps and charts, engravings, lithographs, uniforms and insignia, tools, lamps, lens apparatus, equipment and apparatus and much more relating to these heroic services. Wonderfully detailed b/w photographs enhance the author's vivid description of the history and life aboard these vessels. Vintage lightship Tile Trivet reads United States Weather Bureau Storm Warning System and features storm warning flags configured for small craft, gale, whole gale and hurricane warnings. Photo is clean and crisp, frame with some surface wear. Boatswains Mate Bobby Pierce barely had time to sound the lightships general alarm when she was struck on the starboard side by the 10,270 ton freighter. However, the experiment was postponed indefinitely and the experimental vessel was apparently never used. Lists virtually every detail available on each vessel, when and where built, cost, sister ships, design, length, propulsion, when and where it served, construction notes and modifications through the years, station assignments, masters and mates, illuminating apparatus, fog signals, final disposition and much more. The original is most difficult to find and sells in the 5 range when found. In the early 1960s, Texas Tower lighthouses were erected at six offshore sites on the East coast. However, the experiment was postponed indefinitely and the experimental vessel was apparently never used. Clear, close, original 8 x 10 press photo shows excellent detail of Lightship No. Provides great view of deck structures including the lights encircling the masts and their protective house, as well as the helm, fog bell, mushroom anchor and much more. He tells the whole story - pre-collision, collision and post-collision and draws from excerpts of the Official U.