Created by the Urban Cultural Parks System in 1984, the West Strand Park offers various amenities for visitors while showcasing the beautiful Rondout Creek. In 2003-2004, the Park was renamed in memory of the late mayor T.R. Gallo who championed Kingston’s waterfront development. The park also undertook a major expansion in 2010 with the completion of a new waterfront promenade extending alongside the Rondout Creek. Above: A sculpture made by the Bruderhof Community’s Barney Boller gives the appearance of ducks flying through the trees on lower Broadway in Kingston, N.Y. The sculpture was given in memory of Mayor T.R. Gallo and sits in T.R. Gallo Park at the bottom of Broadway in Kingston, N.Y. Photo taken March 1, 2020.
Mayor Gallo’s obituary can be seen at Kingston Mourns Loss of Mayor Who Breathed Life Into City, NY Times, 23 January 2002
Memorial reads “In Memory of all who lost their lives at sea”.
Park looking vaguely North East.
Park looking vaguely South West.
Taken with a Sony A7IV and Rokinon/Samyang AF 24-70 f2.8 FE