Dutchess Ski Area
Title:
Dutchess Ski Area
Beacon New York (NY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
On the northern slope of Mt. Beacon overlooking the majestic Hudson River sixty miles from New York City. Day or night, skiing pleasure awaits novice and expert alike on 11 superbly groomed trails and slopes with 3 double chair lifts and more than 1000 foot vertical drop. Dutchess is the home of the world famous Walter Foeger Parallel Ski School.


Mt. Beacon Incline, Rail Road from Station
Title:
Mt. Beacon Incline, Rail Road from Station
Beacon New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Mt. Beacon
Title:
Mt. Beacon
Beacon New York (NY), White Border PM 1917 Aug-2


Dutchess Manor Restaurant
Title:
Dutchess Manor Restaurant
Beacon New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
4 mi. so. Newburgh-Beach Bridge & Rt. 84. 13 mi. N. of Bear Mt. Bridge. Route 9D. Tel. 831-9777. Dexter Press Inc.



Main Sreet
Title:
Main Sreet
Beacon New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Showing the United States Post Office, built in 1937. Mt. Beacon in the background.


Newburgh on Hudson, Fishkill Landing
Title:
Newburgh on Hudson
Fishkill Landing New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1910 Oct-20



Front View of Casino at Camp Beacon
Title:
Front View of Casino at Camp Beacon
Beacon New York (NY), Linen PM 1944 Sep-19


Hotel, Casino and Power Station, Mt. Beacon
Title:
Hotel, Casino and Power Station, Mt. Beacon
Beacon New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
The highest elevated point in the Hudson Highlands, and the scene of Beacon fires to signal distant points during the War of the Revolution. A monument is erected on top of the mountain to commemorate this important fact



Mt. Beacon and Incline by night
Title:
Mt. Beacon and Incline by night
Beacon New York (NY), White Border PM 1923 Oct-22


Madam Brett Homestead
Title:
Madam Brett Homestead
Beacon New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Built by Madam Brett in 1709, the Homestead was famous for its hospitality. Washington, LaFayette, Steuben and other distinguished patriots were guests under its room. Supplies for the army were stored here during the American Revolution



Mt. Beacon Incline
Title:
Mt. Beacon Incline
Beacon New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Cars passing switch at half way point on "The World's Steepest Incline Railroad."


Dutchess Manor
Title:
Dutchess Manor
Beacon New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The outstanding dining spot of the Hudson Valley, overlooking a 20-mile span of the Hudson River. 50 minutes north of New York on Route 9D - 13 miles north of Bear Mt. Bridge. 4 miles south of U. S. 84 & Beacon - Newburgh Bridge on Beacon - Cold Spring Road. Open for luncheon and dinner. Reservations Call 831-3650, 831-9777. Closed Tuesdays.



Mt. Beacon And Incline Railway
Title:
Mt. Beacon And Incline Railway
Beacon New York (NY), White Border PM 1926 Jul-30


Madam Breet Homestead
Title:
Madam Breet Homestead
Beacon New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
Built by Madam Brett in 1709 the Homestead was famous for its hospitality. Washington, Lafayette, Steuben and other distinguished patriots were guests under its roof. Supplies for the army were stored here during the American Revolution.



St. Luke's Church and Mt. Beacon in Distance
Title:
St. Luke's Church and Mt. Beacon in Distance
Beacon New York (NY), Linen PM 1942


Dutchess Manor
Title:
Dutchess Manor
Beacon New York (NY), Chrome PM 1977

Description:
The outstanding dining spot of the Hudson Valley, overlooking a 20-mile span of the Hudson River. 50 minutes north of New York on Route 9D - 13 miles north of Bear Mt. Bridge. 4 miles south of U. S. 84 & Beacon - Newburgh Bridge on Beacon-Cold spring Road. Open for luncheon and dinner. Reservations Call 831-3650, 831-9777 Closed Tuesdays.



Car Starting Up Mt. Beacon
Title:
Car Starting Up Mt. Beacon
Beacon New York (NY), White Border PM 1921


Mt. Beacon Incline Railway
Title:
Mt. Beacon Incline Railway
Beacon New York (NY), Linen unused



Hotel, Casino, and Power Station, Mt. Beacon, Beacon, N.Y
Title:
Hotel, Casino, and Power Station, Mt. Beacon, Beacon, N.Y
Beacon New York (NY), White Border PM 1947 Mar-10

Description:
Mount Beacon The highest elevated point in the Hudson Highlands, and the scene of Beacon fires to signal distant points during the War of the Revolution. A monument is erected on top of the mountain to commemorate this important fact




Total: 19 Items