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Boarded up brown arches along the platform that once led into the bottom of the station house, they look low but remember the stop back then had low-level platforms
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A Southbound train of M7s goes through
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Looking north
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Near the staircases up to the overpass on track 3
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Up the now covered staircase along the station house
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One entrance to the station house. The porch is closed to the public
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One of the two covered drop-off areas outside the station house doors
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Streetside of the station house
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The short staircase up to the overpass for New York or down for Croton-Harmon
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The historic stone station house is now the Hudson Valley Writers' Center
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View of the station house from the new glass walls of the pedestrian bridge
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Inside the narrow overpass, now fully enclosed
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View across the tracks of the 1910 station house
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The station house, notice how the 3 arches clearly continue below the level of the current platform nearly the ground
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Under the overpass
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M3 #8082 enters leading a northbound peak hour train
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