Sand dunes encroaching the roads

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Sand dunes encroaching the roads (Birds Eye)
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By kjfitz @ 2007-08-28 11:10:02
This may have been shortly after Hurricane Katrina.

Note the WWII battery a few dozen yards north.
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@ 2007-08-28 20:39:16
In the Google pic, there is a lot of obvious structure damage (blue roofs are storm damage tarps), and road refuse. What storm would it have been?
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@ 2007-09-26 19:30:07
This is on the road between Pensacola Beach and Fort Pickens. The road was washed heavily by Hurricane Ivan in 2004 and has not reopened since. The local talk is that it will not be opened to the public, and thus it is not being repaired or maintained. Hurricane Katrina was far west of this area and did no damage, all you see is from Hurricane Ivan with it's eye just west of Pensacola.