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  • Title: mine
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    • Cement Mine, 155 East Strand, Rondout, New York

    • Mining; Mine railroads; Cement industry;
    • The interior of a cement mine owned by the Newark Lime and Cement Company based out of New Jersey. Owner Calvin Tomkins sent his son-in-law James G. Lindsley to Kingston in 1846 to build kilns and mills to produce cement. Operations continued for...
    • Mine Hole area

    • Houses; Porches; Sheds; Garages; Utility poles; Deterioration; Clapboard siding;
    • This image captures buildings set along a small road. The buildings are all in disrepair and show age and deterioration. There is a single-level house with concrete steps leading up to a wood porch in the foreground. Beyond this there is a run-down...
    • Mine Hole area house

    • Gables; Signs (Notices); Houses; Abandoned buildings; Deterioration;
    • This is a photograph taken from a side angle of a small home that is in disrepair. The house is a small side-gabled saltbox. There is clapboard siding on the front of the house. The side of the house and the roof are made of shingles, possibly...
    • Mine Hole area South

    • Automobiles; Roads; Deterioration; Debris; Houses; Trees;
    • This is a view looking down a street. The far side of the street is littered with deteriorating structures, some completely collapsed. There is lots of wood debris along this side of the road. There are some standing houses as well. There are some...
    • Mine Hole area house on creek

    • Porches; Chimneys; Streams; Outbuildings; Clotheslines; Debris;
    • This is an image of the rear side of a residential building. The rear of the building is situated directly on the creek. The building has a flat roof with a small slope towards the back. There are three stories to the building; a deck runs along...
    • Mine hole now and then

    • Automobiles; Streets; Sidewalks; Steeples;
    • This image is composed of two photographs one above the other. Both photographs are of the same location but taken many decades apart. The top photograph is in black and white. The image captured is looking down a street. There are sidewalks on...
    • Mine Hole and Spring, Piermont

    • Springs;
    • This photograph of an old postcard shows the opening in the hillside in Piermont where there once was a fresh water spring. The opening was dug out and framed in brick. A poem was written and placed above the opening: ""O Traveller Stay thy Weary...
    • More of The Mine Hole, Piermont, NY

    • Houses; Streams;
    • The houses of the Mine Hole area on Piermont Avenue were close together but of different sizes and styles. On the hillside above was the railroad line to Nyack.
    • The Mine Hole, Piermont, NY

    • Houses; Streams;
    • Houses of the Mine Hole area of Piermont Avenue are reflected in the still waters of Sparkill Creek. The sun shines on the backs of the dwellings, which are framed by summer foliage.
    • The Mine Hole, Piermont on Hudson

    • Springs; Watering troughs; Postcards;
    • Along Piermont Avenue in Piermont there is an old spring, which was a water source for residents and a beacon for travelers. Someone wrote a poem and erected it above the opening. This old postcard shows a trough to the right of the spring.
    • The Mine Hole of Piermont, NY

    • Springs; Water supply; Postcards;
    • The Mine Hole, a deep shaft in the rock on Piermont Avenue, dispensed pure water to neighbors and travelers. A plaque with a poem was installed over the opening. The opeining line is "O Traveller".
    • The Mine Hole, Piermont, NY

    • Springs; Travel;
    • Two men and a dog sit on a low wall to the right of a spring known as the Mine Hole. A plaque above the opening begins with "O Traveler" and invites the visitor to rest and get a drink of fresh water. This is a historic spot in Piermont although...
    • Mine near Cedar Pond

    • Nature; Rock formations; Mining
    • Bradley Mine, near Cedar Pond, on road to Arden, showing wedge where ore has been taken out, entrance to shaft seen beyond. 1910. Hasenclever Mine, per Howell Journals, NYC. (this probably in error)

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