Suffolk County NY Historical Military (Historical)


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Battery Barlow New London
Battery Benjamin Plum Island OE E
Battery Bogardus Eldridge Plum Island
Battery Bradford Plum Island
Battery Butterfield New London
Battery Clinton New London
Battery Dutton New London
Battery Edmund Smith Plum Island
Battery Hamilton New London
Battery Henry Campbell Plum Island
Battery Hoffman New London
Battery Hoppock New London
Battery James Dalliba Plum Island
Battery John Greble Plum Island
Battery Justin Dimick Plum Island
Battery Kelly Plum Island
Battery Marcy New London
Battery Palmer Plum Island OE E
Battery Peter Hagner Plum Island
Battery Robert Floyd Plum Island
Battery Steele Plum Island
Battery Stoneman Plum Island
Battery William Maitland Plum Island OE E
Battery William Pasco Plum Island OE E
Camp Hero Montauk Point OE E
Camp Upton Bellport
Farmingdale Army Air Field Amityville
Fort H G Wright New London
Fort Michie Plum Island OE E
Fort Terry Plum Island
Fort Tyler Plum Island
Manorville Gap Filler Annex Moriches
Montauk Air Force Station Montauk Point
Napeague Coast Guard Station Napeague Beach
Nike Site NY-20C Lloyd Harbor
Nike Site NY-20L Lloyd Harbor
Nike Site NY-24C Amityville
Nike Site NY-24L Amityville
Nike Site NY-25C Wading River
Nike Site NY-25L Wading River
Shinnecock Coast Guard Station Shinnecock Inlet
Suffolk County Air Force Base Eastport
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