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VIDEO: Thomas Pt. Lighthouse Renovation will Protect History

The Bay’s last remaining screwpile lighthouse, Thomas Point Light, is held up by 144-year-old rusted rods and beams. A new project is just getting underway to replace each of them, and save this Chesapeake icon for another generation.

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Cheryl Costello got to go inside the lighthouse with the passionate people who are working to preserve history. Watch below:

To donate to the preservation of the Thomas Point Lighthouse, click here.

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