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Esopus Lighthouse - Affectionately known as the "Maid of the Meadow," this light is the last of the wooden lighthouses on the Hudson. A few years ago she was in danger of falling over into the river, but due to the dedicated efforts of the Esopus Lighthouse Commission, she has been saved. She has been leveled and stabilized, new windows installed, roof fixed and hopefully in the near future, the Esopus
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Unformatted text preview: Commission will receive ownership of the lighthouse. You can view this lighthouse up close by cruising on the M/V Rip Van Winkle docked in Kingston or volunteer for one of the work crews involved in the restoring the light starting in the spring. And for all those who know this beautiful light - the black cat is still in the window....
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