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Landmarks: A Victorian treasure lives on

Couple restored run-down house used in film ‘Ironweed’

The family dog, Rudy, looks up the stairway  from the first-floor foyer of the “Ironweed House” at 1511 New Scotland Road, Slingerlands.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The family dog, Rudy, looks up the stairway from the first-floor foyer of the “Ironweed House” at 1511 New Scotland Road, Slingerlands.
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For Eileen Tryon, it wasn’t love at first sight. Not nearly. As she walked into the dilapidated building at 1511 New Scotland Road in Slingerlands, buying the property was the furthest thing from her mind. Then, after coming in through the back door and walking through a kitchen and a dining room, she entered the front part of the house. That’s when everything changed. “We were just looking at the house because we liked old ...


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