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Larchmont Manor Park West Gazebo
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Larchmont Manor Park, New York has a rocky shore, with stone paths and benches all along the water. The lawns and walk ways are kept in great condition. Wood and stone benches are found all throughout the park. New York City's skyline may be seen on a clear day or night. Manor Park is situated between Horseshoe and Larchmont Harbor. Western Long Island Sound is known for it's deep history of sailing and producing world class sailors.

Copyright: Don Manion
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11546x5773
Taken: 19/03/2011
Uploaded: 22/03/2011
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: shoreline; park; trees; long island sound; larchmont manor; horseshoe harbor yacht club
  • Betsy over 1 year ago
    My partner and I always walk along the walks,soak up the sunshine and beauty of Manor Park and sit in both gazebos to feast our eyes and soothe our souls. What a gift this park is.
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