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Wreckage of the Federal Transport "Oriental" shipwrecked in 1862. Seen here off of Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge, Cape Hatteras NC

Wreckage of the Federal Transport "Oriental" shipwrecked in Seen here off of Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge, Cape Hatteras NC

Ancient shipwreck at low tide in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina

Ancient shipwreck at low tide in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina

The old coast guard station at the north end of Pea Island (just south of the Bonner Bridge over Oregon Inlet) is both an Outer Banks icon and a great birding area.

The old coast guard station at the north end of Pea Island (just south of the Bonner Bridge over Oregon Inlet) is both an Outer Banks icon and a great birding area.

Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge, OBX

The world's most beautiful beaches Photo: Outer Banks, NC

The last road at Hatteras Island Ramp 55

The last road at Hatteras Island Ramp 55

The Graveyard of the Atlantic: Shipwreck in Hatteras off of Flambeau Rd

The Graveyard of the Atlantic: Shipwreck in Hatteras off of Flambeau Rd

I love this picture of Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge! There are several trails suitable for all abilities, a Visitor Center, and canoe trips. And 13 miles of unspoiled, undeveloped beach.This link is to a pilot's photo blog (which has some wonderful aerial photos) -- main Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge website here: http://www.fws.gov/peaisland/public.html

I love this picture of Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge! There are several trails suitable for all abilities, a Visitor Center, and canoe trips. And 13 miles of unspoiled, undeveloped beach.This link is to a pilot's photo blog (which has some wonderful aerial photos) -- main Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge website here: http://www.fws.gov/peaisland/public.html

About 2 inches of snow on the ground on the beach in Nags Head, NC. :: February 12, 2014 :: #SnOBX

About 2 inches of snow on the ground on the beach in Nags Head, NC.

hurricane sandy in buxton, hatteras island, north carolina usa. And you never see these Locals crying on T.V.

From North Carolina's DOT -- Nice picture from the north end of Buxton on Hatteras Island by local photographer Daniel Pullen.

Pictures, would you post? | OBX Connection Message Board

OBX Connection - Pictures, would you post?

Hatteras sunset, Hatteras Island, Outer Banks

Sunset looking at the Ferry on its way to Ocracoke - Photo by Rania Peet

Hatteras Island NC Graveyard Of The Atlantic Through the centuries stormy water and treacherr currents have caused hundreds of shipwrecks on Hatteras shores. This World War II LST is n ear villages of Rodanthe and Waves

Hatteras Island has claimed several ships in the Graveyard of the Atlantic. The Outer Banks has a museum dedicated to rocky shoals of the coast.

Photo of Shelly Island in July 2017.

Photo of Shelly Island in July 2017.

Old ship wreck on the beach off Flambeau Rd, just down from my Mom's beach house.

Old shipwreck on the beach off Flambeau Road, Hatteras Island.

Graveyard of the Atlantic: The Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum in Hatteras Village, NC

Visited 2014 - Graveyard of the Atlantic: The Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum in Hatteras Village, NC

Beach Road and Nags Header Hotel 1950 -- by Roger Meekins, Outer Banks History Club

Beach Road and Nags Header Hotel 1950 -- by Roger Meekins, Outer Banks History Club

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