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  2. Playground, great fun and very amusing - Sitting at 6 metres. Marked with yellow buoy

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  4. The location of said pipe is identified as beginning at a point, 40 37' 57.5" N and 73 20' 57.5" W, on Cedar Island Beach and extending southwesterly on a bearing 184 28' 41" for approximately 4,940 yards to a point, 40 35' 31.5" N and 73 21' 12.5" W; and thence extending southwesterly on a bearing 219 28' 22.6" for approximately 1,160 yards to ...

  5. Discover Dibbles Quarry in Elka Park, New York: An abandoned 19th century quarry in the middle of the woods, remade by unnamed wanderers into a massive series of rock thrones.

  6. At the Seneca Stone quarry, 8.5 km northwest of the type section, the member is 7.1 to 8.4 m thick, depending upon placement of the upper contact, and underlies the Bakoven Member of the Union Springs Shale [shown in chart as assigned to Marcellus subgroup].

    • Lower to Middle Devonian
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    • Onondaga Limestone
    • New York
  7. Quarry History of Yonkers, New York. Since as early as 1751, stone quarries have thrived in New York State for the purposes of lime manufacture and the making of iron, building and monumental stone, and road construction. In the centuries to come, granite quarries would eventually thrive in the cities just north of Manhattan.