Tugboats in Kingston, just outside the Maritime Museum.
Bannermans Castle on the Hudson, at one time a mental institution.
Bear Mountain Bridge train tunnel allowing the trains that travel along the river to go under the bridge.
The Culinary Institute of America, sadly we didn't get a chance to eat there.
Cliff walls, you can see how the river has eaten away across the centuries.
Dawn at New Baltimore, it is good that Susan takes these, I'm never up in time to see them.
Esopus Meadows Lighthouse, the Esopus Creek is a major feed into the Hudson River.
House on Island: Location, location, location. But we wonder about flooding.
Hudson Maritime Museum in Kingston. A great look back to the history of the river.
Hudson-Athens Lighthouse, some of the best Light keeper homes that are on the water.
Kayakers out for a ride. Yes we did slow down so we didn't swamp them.
Kingston NY waterfront, looking up into the main street of Kingston.
Kingston Lighthouse from the late 1800's. There is a trolley ride that will take you out there.
Leaving Newburgh we saw the tour boat taking people out for a tour.
Passing a barge on the Hudson River, it felt like it was a city block long.
Restored Trolley at the Kingston Trolley Museum, it's from the early 1900's and still runs today. It takes you through town and out to the lighthouse.
Rock Slide on the Hudson River. It's massive and got it's own chart markings.
Saugerties Lighthouse, for the light keeper with a large family.
Sing-Sing Prison, a million dollar view but the food isn't that great.
Tappan Zee Bridge Construction as they build a second bridge.