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No parking sign and a cardboard cut of history

No parking sign and a cardboard cut of history

Prior to its renovation, the Piermont station stop was a dilapidated eyesore, despite its rich history. Here, the cardboard top of a box addressed to someone at the station has lost whatever was stapled atop it, revealing the address underneath. It reads, "Mr. Thomas Kelly, 50 Ash St, Piermont, NY" and includes no ZIP code, indicating it was from the 60s or prior. Above that, an aged sign most likely from the 30's judging by the font reads, "NO PARKING, P.D."

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Piermont station pre-renovation

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