Rhinecliff

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Kingston–Rhinecliff Bridge
... The Kingston–Rhinecliff Bridge is a continuous under-deck truss bridge that carries NY 199 across the Hudson River in New York State north of the City of Kingston and the hamlet of Rhinecliff ...
Rhinecliff–Kingston (Amtrak Station)
... The Rhinecliff–Kingston Amtrak station, commonly and formerly known as simply Rhinecliff, is located in Rhinebeck, New York and serves northern Dutchess County and ... Rhinecliff station is somewhat popular with owners of weekend homes in the area as well as some commuters who prefer Amtrak's service to that of Metro-North's out of ... and others going to and from nearby Bard College, made Rhinecliff the 46th-busiest Amtrak station in 2004 with 86,466 boardings ...
Rhinecliff, New York - See Also
... Rhinecliff-Kingston (Amtrak station) Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge. ...
National Register Of Historic Places Listings In Rhinebeck, New York - Listed On The National Register
... of William and Grinnell Sts Rhinecliff Grasmere 01987-07-09July 9, 1987 Mill Rd Rhinebeck The Grove 01987-07-09July 9, 1987 Jct ... of Rhinecliff and Long Dock Rds Rhinecliff Hillside Methodist Church 01987-07-09July 9, 1987 US 9 Rhinebeck Hudson River Heritage Historic District 01990-12-14December 14, 1990 E ... between Germantown and Staatsburg Rhinecliff 35-square-mile (91 km2) strip of Hudson River shoreline and inland with land use and architecture strongly reflecting quasi-feudal ownership Kip-Beekman ...
New York State Route 308 - History - Designation
... At the time, it extended from the Rhinecliff ferry landing to Rock City in the town of Milan ... alignment to Hutton Street, where it connected to the Kingston–Rhinecliff Ferry ... Initial plans for the Kingston–Rhinecliff Bridge, a structure that replaced the ferry between the two locations, called for the bridge to span the ...