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Hudson Highlands Print Gallery

Antique Photos of Cold Spring & Garrison NY

stereoviews meticulously remastered

by the Highland Studio Printmakers

with archival pigment ink on 100% rag papers

19th Century Hudson River Photo looking north from Cold Spring, NY. Breakneck Mountian.

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Breakneck Tunnel from a stereoview photo shot in the 1860 era
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Cold Spring, NY and Little Stoney Point, circa 1860
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Chapel of Our Lady in Cold Spring, NY. Circa 1861
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Antique photo of Cold Spring Train Depot
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Antique photo of a cottage in Garrisons Landing
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Antique photo of Cold Spring New York train station
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Antique photo of the Beek and Tower blast furnace
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Antique photo of Garrisons Landing
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Antique photo of Main Street in Cold Spring, New York. Horse and buggy.
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Antique photo of Indian Brook Falls
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Antique Photo of Main Street in Cold SPring New York
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Antique photo of the Old Methodist Church in Cold Spring NY -  no longer exists
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Antique photo of Bull Hill
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Antique photo of Mount Taurus (Bull Hill)
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Antique photo of the banks of the Hudson River at Cold Spring on Hudson
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Antique photo of Hudson River Line railroad tracks North of Garrison New York
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Antique photo of on the Hudson River bank in Cold Spring NY
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Antique photo of in Garrison NY
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Antique photo of Stereoview of Cold Spring Depot
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Antique photo of of Schooner on the Hudson River
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Antique photo of Sugarloaf Mountain in Garrison NY
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Antique photo of Bannerman Island
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Antique photo of man looking out over the Hudson River towards West Point
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Antique photo of the classic view of Phillipstown fro West Point
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Antique photo of Cold Spring NY
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Antique photo of a handrail cart
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Antique photo of the West Point Ferry at Garrison Landing NY
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This collection of remastered prints was produced by The Highland Studio using the finest techniques and equipment. This historical collection of 19th century stereoview photographs of Cold Spring, Garrison and Philipstown, New York, illustrate the life and scenery along the Hudson River, circa 1860-85. The prints are Archival Pigment Prints on 100% Rag paper.

Breakneck Mountain with Rail and Rowboat

Looking north up the Hudson River at Breakneck Mountain from Cold Spring, New York. Photo equipment and T.C Roche, Anthony's photographer, are in the boat. Circa is early 1860's

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Tunnel through Breakneck Mountain

Looking north up the Hudson River at Breakneck Mountain, circa 1860-1862. Photo by E. Anthony. T.C Roche worked for Anthony as a photographer.

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Rooftops of Cold Spring, New York

Looking North, Storm King is on the left, Bull Hill is on the right and Little Stony Point is Center. From a 'Carte de Visite', circa 1880.

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Chapel of Our Lady

Cold Spring, New York. Built in 1834, Chapel of Our Lady is the first catholic church in New York outside of New York City. The historic church was burned down in 1927 and meticulously restored in the 1970s. It is cared for byChapel of Our Lady Restoration. Circa 1861.

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Overlooking Cold Spring Train Depot

Cold Spring New York. Camera is situated on a rocky hill now known as Rock Street. Published by E. Anthony, circa 1861 Stormking is in the distance. Little Stony Point is on the right.

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Garrison Landing, New York

Situated between the Hudson River and the rail line. Publisher is possibly the London Stereoscopic Co. Circa: 1856-1870.

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Cold Spring Train Station

A man in a bowler hat is perched upon a stony outcrop. Cold Spring Depot and the village are in the background. Publisher: E. & H.T. Anthony, circa 1871-1881 View is looking East.

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Beek & Tower Blast Furnace Co.

Cold Spring, New York - Hudson River. Furnace is on West St. Later known as the West Point Furnace Co. Cro' Nest Mountain is in the background. Circa 1870's.

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Garrison's Landing, New York

Looking South on the Hudson River, upon Garrison's Landing and Sugar Loaf Mountain. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, 1871 - 1881.

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Cold Spring on Hudson, New York

19th century residents of Cold Spring gather by the waters of the Hudson River. View is looking South with Cro' Nest in the distance. Circa 1870's.

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Indian Brook Falls

Garrison, New York. Modern residents of Phil ips town frolic in the pristine waters here at Indian Brook Falls. The view is unchanged to this day. By W. M. Chase. Circa 1870's.

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Main Street Panorama

Cold Spring, New York. A horse drawn carriage is seen coming west down Main Street. Circa 1880's.

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Old Methodist Church

Cold Spring, New York. C & E Hardware is now located here, 158 Main Street. Circa 1870's.

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Mount Taurus (Bull Hill)

Cold Spring, New York. Looking East from Little Stony Point towards the south side of Bull Hill which looms over Cold Spring. Publisher: E. & H.T. Anthony, circa 1863-1871.

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Cold Spring, NY on the Hudson River

Looking south toward Mt Taurus(Bull Hill). It appears as though some river is being filled in between Bull Hill and Breakneck Mountain. Published by E. Anthony, circa 1861.

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Building Boat on Cold Spring Waterfront

Hudson River, looking North Distant Hills: Little Stony Point on left, Bull Hill on right, Breakneck Mountain in the far distance. Published by E. Anthony, circa 1861.

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Garrison Railroad Tracks

Railroad tracks looking north from Garrison, New York.

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Cold Spring Rail Workers

Cold Spring, NY circa 1860's. The railroad cut is just above the Cold Spring Station, looking north toward Little Stony Point, Bull Hill and Breakneck Mountain.

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Garrison's Landing, New York

A little South of Garrison's Landing, circa 1870's. The view is looking north.

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Stereoview of Cold Spring Depot

Looking South, circa 1860's. This is a special enlarged stereoview printing that can be viewed with a stereo box viewer. Extremely rare.

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Schooner at Cold Spring, New York

Down on the Hudson River at Cold Spring's waterfront a schooner sits with Cro'nest in the distance. Circa 1870's.

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Man Crabbing on the Hudson River

Location is South of Garrison, New York, crabbing off of an old boat hull. Sugar Loaf Mountain is in the distance. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony. Circa 1871-1881.

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Bannerman's Island (or Polypus Island)

Border of Putnam and Duchess Counties, New York. Looking north from Breakneck Mountain, just above the Railroad tunnel. A large steamer is parked beside the island. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, circa 1871-1881.

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View from Cold Spring, New York

Looking South toward Constitution Island with West Point further off in the distance. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony. Circa 1871-1881.

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View from West Point

Hudson River, looking north from West Point. Cro'Nest and Storm King Mountains are on left. Mount Taurus and Breakneck Mountain are on the right. Constitution Island juts into the middle as sailboats make their way around the bend.

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View of Cold Spring, New York

Circa 1870's. Looking Northwest toward Stormking Mountain. Bull Hill's lower portion is showing on the right.

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View of West Point

Philipstown, New York on the Hudson River. The location is just north of Garrison Landing. Rail cart is seen in the foreground. West Point seen across the river. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony, circa 1871-1881.

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The West Point Ferry

Docked at Garrison's Landing, NY. West Point is across the Hudson. Published by E. & H.T. Anthony in the 1870's.

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