A Visual Story of Dungeness Ruins

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If I were to describe a magical wonderland, Cumberland Island is what it would look like.

Dungeness Manor
DungenessDungeness Manor burned in 1959, but luckily the ruins remain to tell the story.
Dungeness Ruins
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Gymnasium
cumb-dung-02284This wooden structure has not been maintained over the years and soon will be but a memory.
Almost a Memory
Stairs up

Car Cemetery
Car Cemetery

Pergola
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Cemetery
Robert E Lee's dad's gravestoneGravestone where Robert E. Lee’s father was originally interred.
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