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The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has allocated $1.16 million for plans to improve a historic tourist destination so it can be enjoyed by everyone, including those with disabilities. If you’ve never been to the Florida Keys, you might recognize the Old Seven Mile Bridge from movies like True Lies or License to Kill. Now, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection has allocated $1.16 million for plans to improve the historic tourist destination so it can be enjoyed by everyone, including those with disabilities. Located in Marathon Key, the nearly 7-mile stretch of highway with incredible views of the surrounding waters was originally built by Henry Flagler as part of his Overseas Railroad in the early 1900s. This railroad helped Florida later become a key trade route and vacation hot spot. Although it was an innovative work of engineering at the time, the old bridge was severely damaged by hurricanes and had to be replaced with a new bridge for transporta