• Flag in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…

  • Flag in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…

  • Jones Beach Water Tower Under Renovation, July 2010

    The Jones Beach tower, now a familiar Jones Beach State Park landmark, was modeled on the campanile of St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice. It is 200 feet high, made of brick and stone, and houses a 315,000 gallon water tank for storage of water from four deep…


  • Jones Beach Water Tower Under Renovation with Flag, July 2010

    The Jones Beach tower, now a familiar Jones Beach State Park landmark, was modeled on the campanile of St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice. It is 200 feet high, made of brick and stone, and houses a 315,000 gallon water tank for storage of water from four deep…

  • Jones Beach Water Tower Under Renovation with Flag, July 2010

    The Jones Beach tower, now a familiar Jones Beach State Park landmark, was modeled on the campanile of St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice. It is 200 feet high, made of brick and stone, and houses a 315,000 gallon water tank for storage of water from four deep…

  • The 9/11 Memorial in Jones Beach, July 2010



  • Detail of the 9/11 Memorial in Jones Beach, July 2010


  • Flowers in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…

  • Detail of the Flowers in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…


  • Bike Rack with Seahorses in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…

  • Rowboat and Red, White and Blue Flowers in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…

  • Rowboat and Red, White and Blue Flowers in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…


  • NY State Flag in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…

  • Flags in the Central Mall in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…

  • Sign on the Central Mall in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…


  • Sign on the Central Mall in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…

  • Detail of one of the Crab Garbage Cans in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…

  • A Seahorse Pavement in Jones Beach, July 2010

    Jones Beach State Park, most renowned of all Long Island State Parks derives its name from Major Thomas Jones who came to Long Island in 1692, built, near Massapequa, the first brick house on Long Island and eventually acquired a total of 6,000 acres. App…


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