Ocean City Life Saving Station Museum
Ocean City, Maryland
by Photograph collection of George M. Hurley.
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The Ocean City Life-Saving Station was commissioned in 1878.

The station was built at today's Caroline Street.
The building was moved in December of 1977 to a new location on the Boardwalk at the Inlet. Today the building houses the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum. This station responded to seven major shipwrecks.









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