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 849 Route 52 , Fishkill, NY, US, 12524

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»St. Mark's Episcopal Church

Saint Mark's Episcopal Church was established in 1865 by the residents of Chelsea. The historic church building features a Gothic Revival style of architecture replete with a belfry on its roof. The congregation organizes fellowship and prayer services for its community.

Liberty Street
New York, NY 12512

»St. Luke's Episcopal Church

The St. Luke's Episcopal Church is a historic church situated in Beacon, New York. Built in 1869, the a rectory was also built alongside the church by architect Frederick Clarke Withers. The Gothic Revival style sandstone and bluestone structure features a gabled portico and a steeple. The church complex was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.

850 Wolcott Ave
Beacon, NY 12508

»Reformed Church of Beacon

Consecrated in 1859, Reformed Church of Beacon is one of the oldest churches in New York's Beacon city. Featuring Victorian Architecture, this church was designed by English architect, Frederick Clarke Withers, in the Victorian Gothic style, that he was renowned for. The church has an adjoining cemetery to its west. The church and cemetery together encompass 2.2 acres (0.89 hectares) of land.

1113 Wolcott Avenue
Beacon, NY 12508

»Zion Memorial Chapel

Located close to the southwestern coast of New Hamburg, St. Nicholas-on-the-Hudson is a beautiful historical church. This church was established at the turn of the 20th Century, and was originally called the Zion Memorial Chapel. Made of wood and stone, this Episcopal church features Gothic Revival architecture, designed by William O'Rourke. St. Nicholas-on-the-Hudson is an active parish church in the city with varied events that ensure participation of all members.

37 Point Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12590

»Wappingers Falls Historic District

The Wappingers Falls Historic District spans across the South Avenue, West Main Street and Wappinger Creek. This area represents the industrial era of Wappingers Falls (somewhere around the 19th Century). The Mesier-Brewer House and the Village Hall are few of the many contributing properties of this district.

Wappingers Falls Historic District
Wappingers Falls, NY 12590

»US Post Office-Newburgh

In addition to the city of Newburgh, the US Post Office-Newburgh, located to the north of Broadway, also serves portions of the Town of Newburgh. Constructed in the Colonial Revival style of architecture in the early 1930s, the post office was designed under James Wetmore's supervision. The two-story structure was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.

217 Liberty Street
Newburgh, NY 12550

»East End Historic District

East End Historic District is spread over 445 acres (180 hectares) in Newburgh, New York. It has 2217 buildings, including Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site, a National Historic Landmark. Some spots in the neighborhood provide picturesque views of the Hudson River. The district got added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.

South Robinson Avenue
Newburgh, NY 12550

»Christ Episcopal Church

Established in 1858, Christ Episcopal Church is one of the oldest places of worship serving the community. The striking Gothic Revival building was designed by renowned architect Richard Upjohn and features rich detailing. Also notable are the church's beautiful stained-glass windows.

426 Old Post Road
Marlborough, NY 12542

»Chapel Hill Bible Church

Chapel Hill Bible Church is an Amity Baptist Church that began as a small wooden building and made its way to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005. This Gothic-style house of worship was built in mid 19th Century. The church property is spread across 12.5 acres (5.1 hectares) with the nearby land facing a farmhouse. The interiors are replete of wooden pews, carpeted flooring, altar, wooden lectern with Greek detailing, prayer rooms with stained glass windows, religious motifs and organ pipes. There is also the Sunday school room, fellowship hall and the installed 1902 boiler.

49 Bingham Road
Marlborough, NY 12452

»St. Thomas Episcopal Church

The Ellison family, who were monumental in leading New Windsor during the Revolutionary War, were the pioneers in forming the congregation of Saint Thomas Episcopal Church in 1728. More than a century later in 1848, the church was constructed in the Medieval Gothic style. Its architecture was inspired by a 13th Century English church, and is considered to be the earliest of its kind in the United States. In 2006, Saint Thomas Episcopal Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

37 Old Route 9Q
New Windsor, NY 12553

»First Baptist Church of Cold Spring

The First Baptist Church of Cold Spring, is also often referred to as the Church on the Hill. It is located just outside the village on Main Street in Nelsonville, New York. It is one of the oldest churches in Phillipstown. It was consecrated in the year of 1833. On a stone groundwork lays the structure which features a gabled roof, aesthetic doorway and detailed architecture. The church is of immense monumental value and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

245 Main Street
Philipstown, NY 10516

»Cold Spring

Away from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan's city life, is a quaint village along the Hudson River that transports you back to a different era. Cold Spring is rich with biking trails, mountainsides and lively brooks. While the Main Street is a tourist destination complete with boutique stores, antique shops, restaurants and cafes, tiled promenade and more, Cold Spring also offers excellent opportunities for kayaking and boating. Surrounded by 19th-century buildings, it was designated as a historic district in 1982. Some of the interesting places to visit here are the Cold Spring Train Works, Archipelago At Home and Cold Spring Farmers’ Market.

Cold Spring
Cold Spring , NY 10516
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