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Here are two delightful and colorful postcards from the 1940's

One is a beautiful linen lithograph of "New Storm King Highway, overlooking West Point, near Bear Mountain 4-S" "an
Engineers Dream"

It is published by the Ruben Publishing Co., Newburgh, N.Y. and is a C.T.Art-Colortone" and is numbered OB H2008

This card is in very good condition with slight rounding of the corners.

The second card is a glossy color print depicting "Bear Mountain and Iona Island, U.S. Naval Arsenal, Bear Mt. Park 18-B" it is numbered OA4750-N

"The Bear mountain bridge, open to traffic 24 hours daily throughout the year, saves time and miles for the motorist. Its central suspended span is 1,632 feet long, the entire length of the bridge being 2,257 feet. the huge cables, 18 inches in diameter, each contains 7,252 wires, enough to reach from New York to San Francisco. The roadway is 155 feet above the river.

It affords a convenient connection to Bear Mountain Park at its western end. A drive over the bridge highway, through the Park over th e Storm King Highway and a visit to West Point, provides the greatest scenic motor trip in the east."

This card is published by the Ruben Publishing Co., Newburgh. N.Y. and is a Ruben Quality View.

This card has slightly rounded corners and a fold in the upper right corner of the the card. Otherwise it is in good condition.

Neither has any writing on them and they would be a wonderful addition to any collection

2 Vintage Post Cards of Bear Mountain West Point and U.S. Naval Arsenal. 1940's


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