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LONG BEACH ISLAND, NJ- SEPTEMBER 21: An aerial view looking south down the main road that runs the length of Long Beach Island (locally known as LBI) September 21, 2003 in Long Beach Island, New Jersey. Long Beach Island is approximately 18 miles in length, with the northernmost part developed and three miles of parkland located on the southern tip. The island is about a half-mile wide at its widest point in Ship Bottom, and spans a fifth of a mile at its narrowest point in Harvey Cedars. The Jersey Shore, a 127 mile stretch of coastline known for its variety of beaches, boardwalks, small towns, natural beauty and summer crowds, has been a popular summer destination for over a century. (Photo By Amy Toensing)
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LONG BEACH ISLAND, NJ- SEPTEMBER 21: An aerial view looking south down the main road that runs the length of Long Beach Island (locally known as LBI) September 21, 2003 in Long Beach Island, New Jersey. Long Beach Island is approximately 18 miles in length, with the northernmost part developed and three miles of parkland located on the southern tip. The island is about a half-mile wide at its widest point in Ship Bottom, and spans a fifth of a mile at its narrowest point in Harvey Cedars. The Jersey Shore, a 127 mile stretch of coastline known for its variety of beaches, boardwalks, small towns, natural beauty and summer crowds, has been a popular summer destination for over a century. (Photo By Amy Toensing)