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Date taken - 2006.  Photo by Charles B.
Railroad water tower at Rouses Point abandoned Delaware and Hudson train terminal.  More photos of the train terminal here - page 37.
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Taken on 07/05/11
Newton Falls Benson (Bensen) Mines buildings (first built by the Magnetic Iron Company in 1889 and later owned by Jones & Laughlin Ore Company and then merged with Bensen Mines), closed in 1987, junction of Route 60 and Route 3, Town of Clifton, St. Lawrence County, in the Adirondacks not far from Star Lake.  The above buildings are near the pit.
Nearby are large piles of tailings and a large man-made lake.  In November of 1987 when the mine was running a large amount of oil spilled across part of the facility at one point.  At one time was the largest open pit in the world.  The mine itself was two and a half miles long and a half mile wide, and a hundred and twenty to a hundred and ninety feet deep but now it is a five hundred and forty acre lake (info from Cliftonfine wiki - more pics also here).
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The gate house.


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More buildings
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More buildings
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More buildings, the last is the office building.
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Route 12E, a mile west of Limerick, Jefferson County.  Shack near driving range.
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Comments from visitors:
On 4/19/12 Amy writes "In the mid 1970's, the neighboring farm used this building for selling corn and other produce in the summer."


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The old Taylor Implement on West Main Street, Watertown
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Former Bridgeview Motel on Route 11 a couple miles north of Antwerp
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Jefferson County, near Theresa, Route 37 tourist cabins, just south of intersection with Rt. 26.
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Comments from visitors:
On 6/26/12 Nostalgia writes "Burned down recently.  This is the group of buildings that was recently burned down a couple of weeks ago by Redwood and Alex Bay Fire Depts. It was a controlled burn and still smolders sometimes. This kind of stuff makes me sad when it is left in ruin. So many things could have been done with this place. :("

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