Big changes on Knights Key in Marathon mean big changes for the Pigeon Key Visitor Center, housed in a red train car at mile marker 47 oceanside for almost 20 years. Construction on a new 199-room resort with 30 workforce housing units behind and on land surrounding the visitor center meant a new home must be found for the information station, which is also the launch point for a ferry that takes visitors to the historic island of Pigeon Key. The train car alone has been there for at least three decades, according to former Pigeon Key Foundation board member George Neugent. The visitor center, temporarily closed as the changes happen, will open in a trailer tucked between motorcycle shop Keys Cycles and the Hyatt Place Faro Blanco Resort & Yacht Club, which owns the land at mile marker 48 bayside.
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