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The west side of Ramrod Key as seen from the Niles Channel Bridge

Ramrod Key is an island in the lower Florida Keys. Originally named Roberts Island, Ramrod Key was renamed for a ship named Ramrod, which was wrecked on a reef south of there in the early nineteenth century. Up to the time Henry Flagler built U.S. 1 also known as The Overseas Highway the only building on Ramrod was a post office that was alongside the train tracks. It is a popular tourist site due to the short distance between the island and Looe reef. Some of the things you can find on Ramrod Key are, the 5 Brothers 2 store, the Boondocks bar and putt-putt course.

U.S. 1 (or the Overseas Highway) crosses Ramrod Key at approximately mile markers 26—27.5, between Summerland Key and Middle Torch Key.

Coordinates: 24°39′24″N 81°24′47″W / 24.656768°N -81.413155°E / 24.656768; -81.413155

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