Fort Ebey Information
3" gun Ft. Flagler.



Fort Ebey is located on Partridge Point, between fort Casey and Deception Pass. Built in the 1940s, Fort Ebey was the site of a 6-inch gun battery and several fire control installations.

Today fort Ebey is known as Fort Ebey State Park, and is open to the public. The northernmost base end station and searchlight have fallen to the beach, but the main battery and other fire control stations are intact and open.


Maps

Fire control mapAugust 1, 1944



List of Fort Ebey installations that are represented on this site:


Fire Control
B 3/2 S3/2, Fort EbeyB 3/2 S3/2 Station

Searchlights
Searchlight #5, Fort EbeySearchlight #5






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