A 75-Ton Chain Once Stretched Across The Hudson River In New York And The Story Will Fascinate You

All across and within every one of New York’s fascinating regions, you’ll find all sorts of pieces of our state’s history that are worth exploring. Each one of our residents and out-of-town visitors may have their own interesting area of our state and history to explore but there’s one region that’s filled with quite an abundance of history that you’ll want to get to check out for yourself. Taking you downstate to our Hudson Valley, see what it was once like when the Hudson River had a 75-ton chain stretching all the way across it, check it out.

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If you’re ready to head out and explore more of the Empire State’s most unique pieces of history, then you’re going to truly love reading about how Few People Know You Can Drive Underneath The Erie Canal In New York’s Small Town Of Medina!

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