Tale of Two Lighthouses

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Lighthouses of the Jersey Bayshore are the subject of this episode of JERSEY BAYSHORE COUNTRY.  Celebrating 250 years of continuous operations, the Sandy Hook Lighthouse is the main focus of the program with an ingterview by National Park Service Ranger & Historian Tom Hoffman.  The Twin Lights of Navesink -- which are about 150 years old, are also featured.

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