THE SAD TRAIN TO POUGHKEEPSIE:BENEATH THE TAPPAN ZEE

beneath the TappanZee

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3 comments on “THE SAD TRAIN TO POUGHKEEPSIE:BENEATH THE TAPPAN ZEE

  1. uglicoyote says:

    Reblogged this on Visions In My Mind.

  2. Eileen Abrahams says:

    Beautiful, sad, and very “noir” photo–love it. A bridge I know well.

    • Thanks. It carries memories for me as we’ll. my mother was born and raised in Fort Edward, N.Y. Crossing the Tappan Zee meant going to the “country” and, sadly, “our trip was coming to an end.” Just visually, it’s pretty impressive, both the bridge and the setting.

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