Author: 
FOCAAdmin

Have you have ever asked “where does the trail go now?"

Here’s good news.

The Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct commissioned these five informative, helpful signs to be put in places that have had walkers mystified.  Places like the exit from Lyndhurst – smack on to Route 9 in Tarrytown, that has had walkers asking, “ Now what?" 

The connection between trail sections at 119 and Gracemere, where the Thruway intervenes, has been a long-term problem. In Scarborough, where the trail crosses Rte. 9, the enlargement of this section of our map should be most helpful to the walker.

These 5 very visible signs are thanks to the persistent efforts of Sara Kelsey, Katharine Gates and Charlotte Fahn, guided by cartographer Robert Romagnoli and of course Historic Site Manager, Steven Oakes.

Author: 
FOCAAdmin

The Friends are thrilled with the wonderful coverage about the Aqueduct in the Journal News last Sunday.

In addition to a lengthy article HERE, there's a lovely video and a piece listing favorite spots on the trail.