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Preservation group aims to protect Philipstown dirt road

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A dirt road in the lower Hudson Valley that dates back to Colonial times has been added to a preservation group's list of New York state's most threatened historic resources. The 6-mile section of the Old Albany Post Road in the Putnam County town of Philipstown has been named to the Preservation League of New York State's list of "Seven to Save" for 2014-2015. The dirt road east of the village of Garrison was used ...

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