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Eddystone

(ĕd`ĭstən), lighthouse, 135 ft (41 m) high, on dangerous rocks in the English Channel, S of Plymouth, SW England. It is the fourth lighthouse on the site (the first was begun in 1696) built between 1878 and 1882 and designed by James Douglas.
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The rifles turned out by the different facilities were virtually identical, with the most noticeable difference being that the Winchester guns and Remington guns from Ilion had longitudinal finger grooves while the Eddystone models sported smooth forends.
He helps crew a fishing trawler and then meets the last man to live and work on the historic Eddystone Lighthouse which is situated 40 miles out at sea.
On a recent evening, klieg lights illuminated the site of a former power plant in Eddystone, an industrial town on the Delaware River outside Philadelphia.
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As well as mills, Smeaton built harbours, bridges and canals, but is best known for the Eddystone Lighthouse.
Further wartime production capacity was obtained by leasing factory floor space from the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Eddystone, Penn.
One extraordinary gift came from Tim Rayer of Prosthetic Innovations in Eddystone, Pennsylvania, who volunteered to make a pair of prosthetics for Kogan.
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We took I-95 down along the river past the airport and got off in Eddystone.