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New York United States #209 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #55 & US # 44 - Photo highway #55 & #209 highway marker signs
East access to the city of Poughkeepsie, New York and Poughquag, New York. Access on Highway #209 North to communities of Kerhonkson, New York, Stone Ridge, New York and Kingston, New York. Services and fuel available at highway. Note: Highway #55 overlaps with US Highway #209 and US # 44 highway, at this point. --- For highway travel east via US Highway # 44 See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Connecticut State Line to Poughkeepsie & Kerhonkson (Junction of US 209) for driving directions.

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City of Poughkeepsie, New York
Attractions in the city of Poughkeepsie; Bardavon 1860 Opera House - Dutchess County Historical Society/Clinton House - Eleanor Roosevelt National Historical Site - Franklin D. Roosevelt Home National Historical Site - Locust Grove Samuel Morse Historical Site - Mills Mansion State Historical Site - Mount Gulian Historical Site - Vanderbilt Mansion National Historical Site - Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and Museum - Mid-Hudson Children's Museum - Van Wyck Homestead Museum - Volunteer Fireman's Hall and Museum.
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1.5
Access to New York state police
East side of highway.
1.6
2.6
Access lodging
West side of highway.
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3.3
Services and gas available at highway.

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3.8
Community of Wawarsing, New York

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6.8
Communityof Napanoch, New York

4.6
7.4
Note: Highway #55 leaves US Highway #209 at this point
Heads West to communities of Grahamsville, New York, Liberty, New York and Kauneonga Lake, New York.
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8.0
Community of Ellenville, New York

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10.6
Junction of Highway #52
Services and gas available at the highway - North side. Access on #52 West to communities of Walker Valley, New York and Newburgh, New York; access East to communities of Greenfield Park, New York, Grossinger, New York and Youngsville, New York.
7.3
11.8
Access to community of Spring Glen, New York

11.2
18.0
Sullivan County, New York
Eastern county line. Sullivan County, home of the original Woodstock music festival.
13.2
21.3
Access to community of Phillipsport, New York
West side of highway.
14.7
23.7
Access to community of Summitville, New York
West side of highway.
15.7
25.2
Access to parking area

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28.7
Village of Wurtsboro, New York

18.8
30.3
Access to lodging
West side of highway.
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31.6
Access to New York state police
South side of highway.
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32.2
Junction of Highway #17
West access to communities of Monticevo, New York, New York, Liberty, New York and Parksville, New York. For highway travel west via New York highway # 17 see - Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide cities of Binghamton (Juction 81) to Middleton (Interstate 84, for driving directions.

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Junction of Highway #17
East access to communities of Middletown, New York, Goshen, New York and to New York City. For highway travel east via New York highway # 17 see - Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide US highway # 209 to Middleton (Interstate 84, for driving directions.

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34.0
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
21.7
34.9
Community of Haven, New York

23.7
38.1
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
25.1
40.4
View from highway - Photo - Westbrookville Highway welcome sign
Community of Westbrookville, New York.
25.4
40.9
Access to community of Otisville, New York
2 miles East of highway.
25.5
41.1
Orange County, New York
Northern county line.
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43.8
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
27.5
44.2
Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of highway.
28.5
45.8
View from highway - Photo - Cuddebackville Highway sign
Community of Cuddebackville, New York.
28.5
45.9
View from highway
'D&H Canal - Open 1828-1898 - Honesdale, P.A., to Kingston. Carried the bulk of New York City's coal, until after the civil war.'
28.6
46.0
Access to campgrounds

28.6
46.1
Junction of Highway #211 East
Access to communities of Otisville, New York and Howells, New York.
28.8
46.4
Services and gas available at highway
West side of highway.
29.4
47.3
View from highway
View from highway looking at the DH Canal. Access to museum and canal. The D&H Canal Museum features an outstanding example of a late 19th century gothic chapel, which was the first (and only) Episcopal church built in the historic hamlet of High Falls. St. John's parishioners included many employees of the D&H Canal, including local lock tenders. The first floor of the parish house featured a social hall with a stage where school plays and dances were held. As recorded in a 1946.
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Point of Interest - crossing the D&H Canal. The Delaware and Hudson Canal was a 108-mile, man-made waterway, an engineering feat of pre-industrial America that brought a new form of energy from the hills of Pennsylvania out to the Hudson River. From 1828 to 1898, mules pulled barges laden with anthracite coal along river valleys from Honesdale in northeastern Pennsylvania to Eddyville on the Rondout Creek near the villages of Kingston and Rondout. From here, it was shipped on barges down the Hudson to New York City and up the river to Canada.
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Community of Godeffroy, New York.
31.1
50.0
View from highway
View from highway driving South.
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51.0
Community of Huguenot, New York

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57.6
Welcome to the City of Port Jervis, New York
Port Jarvis was known as 'Magagkamack' in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, before the advent of the first Europeans. The phrase is a Lenni-Lenape (Delaware Indian) word which means 'pumpkin field' or 'land covered in grass.'
36.7
59.0
Junction of Highway #6
Services and gas available at the highway. Note: Highway #6 overlaps Highway #209 at this point.
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59.2
View from highway
View from highway driving South through the city of Port Jervis, New York.
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View from highway
View from highway driving South.
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Access to Historic Erie Turntable. Point of Interest - crossing the Delaware River.
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Junction of Highway #97 North
Access to communities of Sparrow Bush, Barryville and Narrowsburg. - New York/New Jersey State line - Start/finish of highway travel guide. For highway travel south via U.S. in New Jersey, see Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Pennsylvania/New Jersey Stateline to Pluckemin (Junction of Interstate Highway #78), for driving directions. -Se