Briarcliff Lodge Site - 2007 

The first tee of the original nine-hole golf course, this view once overlooked a well-manicured fairway.

Stone pillars lining the ridge east of the Lodge site.

Briarcliff Lodge brick. The "I X L"  brand (not initials, but meaning "I excel") 
is a mark of the William Underhill brick company which operated at Croton Point. 

Looking east, up the "chapel steps" from the gymnasium site towards the Lodge site.

Stone building between the outdoor swimming pool/pond and the greenhouse foundations. 
Not only did this building escape demolition, but it has a brand new roof. 

This abandoned house on Lodge Road was, I believe, owned by The King's College. 
An abandoned car in the driveway has an inspection sticker from 2003. 

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Many thanks to the staff of Fishkill Correctional Facility for facilitating this visit.

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