In addition to the 29 chapters listed at right, Hudson Valley Ruins contains images of over 50 other selected ruins, interspersed throughout the book. A 16-image color insert complements the black-and-white illustrations.









     Contents
     Foreword by John Winthrop Aldrich


     Introduction

     PART I: THE UPPER HUDSON
     Albany and Rensselaer Counties
     Powell and Minnock Brick Company, Coeymans
     Fort Orange Paper Company, Castleton-on-Hudson


     Greene County
     Alsenís American Portland Cement Works, Smith's Landing
(Cementon)

     Columbia County
     New York Central Railroad Station, Stuyvesant
     R&W Scott Ice Company, Newton Hook
     Stott Woolen Mills, Stottville
     Jan van Hoesen House, Claverack
     Oliver Bronson House, Hudson


     PART II: THE MIDDLE HUDSON
     Ulster County
     Overlook Mountain House, Woodstock
     City Hall, Kingston
     Delaware and Hudson Canal, Eddyville and west
     Rosendale Cement Industry, Rosendale and vicinity


     Dutchess County
     Wyndclyffe, Rhinebeck
     The Point, Staatsburg
     Hudson River State Hospital, Poughkeepsie
     Luckey Platt & Company, Poughkeepsie
     Bannermanís Island Arsenal, Pollepel Island


     Orange County
     Dutch Reformed Church, Newburgh
     West Shore Railroad Station, Newburgh


     PART III: THE MARITIME HUDSON
     Maritime Ruins


     PART IV: THE LOWER HUDSON
     Putnam County
     Edward J. Cornish Estate, Cold Spring
     West Point Foundry, Cold Spring


     Rockland County
     Dunderberg Spiral Railway, Dunderberg Mountain
     Rockland Lake


     Westchester County
     Mount Saint Florence, Peekskill
     Sing Sing State Prison, Ossining
     Briarcliff Lodge, Briarcliff Manor
     Graystone and Pinkstone, Tarrytown
     Yonkers Power Station, Yonkers





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