Tabernacle Church of Christ (I think)

I’ve been to Beacon a few times, but have usually limited myself to the walks down by the river. This time I decided to take a walk along Main Street.

It’s a long main street – much longer than the other Hudson River towns I’ve been to. It features a number of galleries, coffee shops, restaurants and even a theatre (The Beacon Theatre). One end borders on what seems to have been an old industrial area: Some of the old industrial buildings are in poor shape, but a number have been converted and renovated for other uses including the Round House at Beacon Falls, which is now a hotel, and conference center. I’ve eaten in the restaurant (Swift) twice and on both occasions the food was excellent – and the location near the falls on Fishkill Creek is hard to beat.

All in all a nice walk in very pleasant town. I’d like to go back sometime and try some of the restaurants and coffee shops.

Shop window.

Machine (I have no idea what it is) in a shop window.

Traffic Light.

Painted building.

Statue in front of the American Legion Post.

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