Florida Keys Postcard Shelf
- Pigeon Key -
Pigeon Key was first used as a construction camp for the railroad.
After the railroad was constructed, Pigeon Key was a maintenance
camp for repair, painting and the Moser Channel bridge tenders.
After the railroad was discontinued in 1935, Pigeon Key was the
Hqs. for the Overseas Bridge and Toll District.
- Ohio Key -
The large Key in the center is shown below.
- Bahia Honda Key -
The Overseas Highway was built on top of the railroad bridge supporting
structures after the Hurricane of 1935.
- Big Pine Key -
The highway is still passing over the converted railroad bridge.
Please do not feed the deer.
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