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Piano in bar on Main Street

Bar

Snack bar on end of Main Street.  Notice the fire ax!

Power panel for the town

Frontier Town, Route 9, North Hudson.  Photos taken by guest photographer John M. H. on 5/16/14, all descriptions by John M.H.  More photos from Frontier Town on this page and this page.
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Entrance pole

Animal pens

Animal pens

Loud speaker, noticed these throughout the town

Frontier Town, Route 9, North Hudson.  Photos taken by guest photographer John M. H. on 5/16/14.  More photos from Frontier Town on this page and this page.
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Lantern at the entrance to the mine tunnel (notice the electric lamp inside the lantern)

Outside the mine shaft

Mine with sluice boxes

Inside the saw mill

Frontier Town, Route 9, North Hudson.  Photos taken by guest photographer John M. H. on 5/16/14.  More photos from Frontier Town on this page and this page.
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Inside the saw mill

Inside the saw mill

Inside the saw mill

Inside the saw mill

Frontier Town, Route 9, North Hudson.  Photos taken by guest photographer John M. H. on 5/16/14.  More photos from Frontier Town on this page and this page.
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Inside the water-powered mill

Inside the water-powered mill

Inside the water-powered mill

Inside the water-powered mill

Inside the water-powered mill

Frontier Town, Route 9, North Hudson.  Photos taken by guest photographer John M. H. on 5/16/14.  More photos from Frontier Town on this page and this page.
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Comments from visitors:
On 7/12/14 Debby Bialowas writes "My family went there in 1973 when I was 9 years old and was hoping to take my family on a vacation there. So sorry to see it's no longer open."









3/23/17 Old stone house and accompanying barn on the corner of Route 342 and Route 11, Calcium, Jefferson County. 
Previously I had photos of this house posted for a short time, but a few visitors said that it was not abandoned as they had seen lights on inside and thought that an elderly person(s) lived there.
For many years the webmaster has passed this house and it has always looked exactly the same, no cars in the driveway or other activity. 
This Winter a large tree behind it fell over the house, demolishing the wooden addition on the right of the house and damaging the house.
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