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Newburgh-Beacon Ferry
Newburgh
For those who live near Newburgh, the ferry is an ideal way to commute into New York City, and for those coming up from the City, it is the perfect way to explore Newburgh's exciting waterfront.
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Updated: 04/07/2014
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