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Historical Images: Beach Road and East Atlantic Blvd.

A weekly feature includes photographs from the Ocean City Historical Museum collection and from the modern era.

This week's "Then and Now" features the intersecton of Beach Road and East Atlantic Boulevard in the Garden's neighborhood of Ocean City.

The first image was taken following the hurricane in September 1944 from a lookout tower that was on the beach. Note the sand in the streets from the dunes that were destroyed. 

The second picture shows the home as it still appears after Hurricane Irene struck. The home sold last year for more than $4 million.

To see more historical photos of Ocean City, visit the Ocean City Historical Museum in the  at 1735 Simpson Ave.

John Dean September 03, 2011 at 12:55 PM
When I was a kid, we called it Tower Beach because of the Coast Guard Tower.
Fred Miller September 03, 2011 at 07:03 PM
I love this area! There's no place like home!
Bonducca September 04, 2011 at 05:27 AM
Do any of your reporters have photos and archival material of the Motel Cardinal Court and the Meadowedge Restaurant? My parents took us there until they became "renters." Great memories of family vacations at The Shore. Some photos and reportage would be good.
Parker Miller September 04, 2011 at 04:25 PM
I told them when these photos were taken that OC was becoming too overbuilt.

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