Life Saving Station

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Klipsan Beach Life Saving Station - Operations - Use of Railroad
... Company railroad also took the crew of the station to wherever a vessel might have stranded on the beach along the line ... excursions were made to take vacationers to watch the lifeboat rescue drills at the Klipsan Beach Station ... Loomis was closely involved with the establishment of the life-saving station near to the railway line, which ran along the eastern boundary of the proposed station property ...
Pea Island Life-Saving Station
... Pea Island Life-Saving Station was a life-saving station on Pea Island, on the Outer Banks of North Carolina ... It was the first life-saving station in the country to have an all-black crew, and it was the first in the nation to have a black man, Richard Etheridge, as commanding officer ...
Ilwaco Railway And Navigation Company - Depots, Stops and Facilities On The Original Line - Klipsan Beach Life Saving Station
... Further information Klipsan Beach Life Saving Station The railroad also took the crew of the Klipsan Beach Life Saving Station to wherever a vessel might have stranded on the beach along the line ... made to take vacationers to watch the lifeboat rescue drills at the Klipsan Beach Station ...

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