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Where Is The Comet? Page 7
This page has photos of our 1961 Comet
taken in front of interesting places.

Where Is The Comet
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Where Is The Comet Diners & Dives
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RI Diners That Are gone.

Diners That Have Gone To Die.

Diners That Are On Their Way Back.
Longfellow's Windmill Cottage , East Greenwich, RI


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Longfellow's Windmill Cottage, East Greenwich, Rhode Island
The house was built around 1790. Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow bought the cottage in 1866 for his friend historian George Washington Greene and had a circa 1818 windmill moved to the site in 1870 and attached to the cottage. The windmill allegedly inspired Longfellow's poem, "The Windmill." The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

Point Judith Light, Narragansett, RI


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Point Judith Light, Narragansett, Rhode Island
Three light structures have been built on this site. The original 35-foot (11 m) tower, built in 1810, was destroyed by a hurricane in 1815. It was replaced in 1816, by a 35-foot (11 m) stone tower with a revolving light and ten lamps. The present octagonal granite tower was built in 1856

Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, Bourne, MA


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Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, Bourne, Massachusetts
The bridge was constructed beginning in 1933 by the Public Works Administration for the United States Army Corps of Engineers, which operates both the bridge and the canal. The bridge has a 544-foot main span, with a 135-foot clearance when raised, uses 1,100-short-ton (1,000 t) counterweights on each end. It opened on December 29, 1935. At the time of its completion, it was the longest lift span in the world. It is now the second longest lift bridge in the United States, the longest being the Arthur Kill Vertical Lift Bridge between New Jersey and Staten Island, New York. The bridge replaced a 1910 bascule bridge. Sadly, the bridge is mainly used for trains hauling garbage off the cape and for the occasional tourist dinner train.

Where Is The Comet
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Where Is The Comet Diners & Dives
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RI Diners That Are gone.

Diners That Have Gone To Die.

Diners That Are On Their Way Back.