My LIRR Website Update May 2019

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nyandw
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My LIRR Website Update May 2019

Post by nyandw » Sun Jun 02, 2019 9:06 pm

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Dump The Air
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Re: My LIRR Website Update May 2019

Post by Dump The Air » Mon Jun 03, 2019 2:47 am

interesting that what is essentially the modern day fire island was a loosely mapped 'sand island' and sachem pond was the south shores only major landmark.

nyandw
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Re: My LIRR Website Update May 2019

Post by nyandw » Mon Jun 03, 2019 11:31 pm

Dump The Air wrote:interesting that what is essentially the modern day fire island was a loosely mapped 'sand island' and sachem pond was the south shores only major landmark.
Yes, and "The Passage" was open water as Fire Island has grown/moved west 6+ miles since the Light House 1826 due to the littoral west current creating the Inlet.

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