The Forgotten Castle on the Hudson

Another great read from Sometimes Interesting.

On a lonely island fifty miles north of New York City, the bricks of a once-proud castle slowly return to the earth. The crumbling fortress is one of several remaining structures on tiny Pollepel Island, an abandoned six-and-a-half acre crag hugging the east bank of the Hudson River.

Read the full story here: Sometimes Interesting

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