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A collection of images about Hurricane Ike.

The Bolivar Peninsula, containing the towns Bolivar, Crystal Beach, and Gilchrist, suffered severe damage as indicated in comparisons of USGS photos taken before and after Hurricane Ike.

Galveston Island, Texas
University of Texas Medical Branch Research Vessel Marie Hall washed up from its dock during Hurricane Ike.
(CC) Photo: David E. Volk
University of Texas Medical Branch Research Vessel Marie Hall washed up from its dock during Hurricane Ike.
The historic Balanese Room is destroyed on Galveston.
The historic Balanese Room is destroyed on Galveston.
A long line of boats washed up onto I45 during Hurricane Ike.
(CC) Photo: David E. Volk
A long line of boats washed up onto I45 during Hurricane Ike.
Boats near the Galveston Causeway on I45 after Hurricane Ike.
(CC) Photo: David E. Volk
Boats near the Galveston Causeway on I45 after Hurricane Ike.
The 99th Street Fishing Pier on Galveston Island after Hurricane Ike.  The lower level of the business was washed away with parts of the pier deck and pilings.  Its competitor on 61 St. is completely gone.
(CC) Photo: David E. Volk
The 99th Street Fishing Pier on Galveston Island after Hurricane Ike. The lower level of the business was washed away with parts of the pier deck and pilings. Its competitor on 61 St. is completely gone.
An intact spare roof, with all shingles, is found in debris on Jamaica Inn Road in Jamaica Beach on Galveston Island.
(CC) Photo: David E. Volk
An intact spare roof, with all shingles, is found in debris on Jamaica Inn Road in Jamaica Beach on Galveston Island.
Crystal Beach before and after the storm.
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