This tower is one of a few left standing from WW2 - we have climbed up in a few, from Delaware to north Jersey. Built as part of the coastal defense system in WW2, they were designed to spot, and locate, invading vessels. When I was a youngster in Cape May, we always referred to the tower in town (now gone) as the "submarine tower", but they were not restricted to that purpose.
For oldsters to reminisce, or for kids to learn history, or just for the view, climb the tower!
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