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Landmarks: Broadalbin Hotel being restored to former glory

Snow damaged facade of once-popular meeting place

 A state historical marker at 59 West Main St., in the village of Broadalbin tells the story of the 1854 Pub and Eatery at the Historic Broadalbin Hotel. (photo: Bill Buell/Gazette Reporter)
A state historical marker at 59 West Main St., in the village of Broadalbin tells the story of the 1854 Pub and Eatery at the Historic Broadalbin Hotel. (photo: Bill Buell/Gazette Reporter)
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The vestiges of what was once a grand old meeting place are still there, and if the Thompson family has its way, the Broadalbin Hotel will once again fit that description. The building, in the village of Broadalbin near the south side of the Great Sacandaga Lake, is undergoing some serious renovation. But it remains open under the name of the 1854 Pub and Brewery at the Historic Broadalbin Hotel. The owners are Dave and ...


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