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To Save A Lighthouse In The 21st Century, Restorers Look To 18th Century Materials

The Montauk Lighthouse was showing signs of major problems.

The exterior of the iconic red-and-white monolith was cracking in some places, bulging ominously in others. The interior of the tower was as humid as a rainforest in summer, frosted over in winter, exacerbating the cracking and shifting of the masonry that makes up the 226-year-old stone structure.

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