Tuesday, September 29, 2020
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Building of the Week: Harrison Train Station

The Harrison Train station has been serving passengers since 1889.

Building of the Week: Execution Rocks Lighthouse

The picturesque Long Island Sound lighthouse sits on a rock with a not so pretty past.

Building of the Week: Croton Dam Road Bridge

The Croton Dam Road Bridge has spanned the Croton Reservoir since 1906.

Building of the Week- The Armory

Built in 1931, it is threatened with demolition.

Building of the Week: Thomas Paine Cottage

The Revolutionary and Author Thomas Paine lived in New Rochelle in the early 1800's.

Building of the Week: Larchmont Girl Scout House

The Girl Scout House in Larchmont was build as a NYW&B Railway train station.

Building of the Week: Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn has been making maps assessing fire risk since 1905 in Pelham.

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