Some of the century-old river shacks preservationists are fighting to save, in Hudson, N.Y., Oct. 16, 2017. Once used as year-round residences for fishermen, then as getaways or staging areas for hunters or fishermen, the 17 river shacks are among the last vestiges of “Old Hudson,” a far cry from today’s town known for antique shops and fine dining.
Some of the century-old river shacks preservationists are fighting to save, in Hudson, N.Y., Oct. 16, 2017. Once used as year-round residences for fishermen, then as getaways or staging areas for hunters or fishermen, the 17 river shacks are among the last vestiges of “Old Hudson,” a far cry from today’s town known for antique shops and fine dining. TONY CENICOLA NYT
Some of the century-old river shacks preservationists are fighting to save, in Hudson, N.Y., Oct. 16, 2017. Once used as year-round residences for fishermen, then as getaways or staging areas for hunters or fishermen, the 17 river shacks are among the last vestiges of “Old Hudson,” a far cry from today’s town known for antique shops and fine dining. TONY CENICOLA NYT

Preserving a cluster of fishing shacks from a small city’s ‘forgotten’ past

November 08, 2017 09:35 AM