5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Walkway Over the Hudson
The Walkaway Over the Hudson, has been an integral part of the Hudson Valley since it was first used as a railroad bridge in 1889. Have you been on it since it opened to pedestrian and bicycle traffic in October of 2009?
Here are a few things that you might not know about one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Hudson Valley:
5 Things You Might Not Know About the Walkway Over the Hudson
Next time you take a walk across this popular Hudson Valley tourist attraction, keep these things in mind. Thank you to the Walkway.org, for information to make this article possible.
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