Aqueduct Trail: how the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail in the North Bronx is a disconnect
As you may know, the historic Old Croton Aqueduct trails from Croton Lake in Westchester County through the Bronx exiting at the historic and soon to be opened High Bridge — the oldest bridge in the City. But for one little disconnect, you would never know where you are going.
Here in the North Bronx, the Trail ends on the west side of the Major Deegan. The next time you can find it is at Kingsbridge Road at the Aqueduct Trail leading to the Highbridge.
The disconnect is the eastern part of Van Cortlandt Park, to Dickenson Avenue to the Jerome Park Reservoir along Goulden Avenue to Kingsbridge Road. The forgotten community is ours. Is this right?
Here are some photos of the area in Van Cortlandt Park.
Look for more photos to come showing the forgotten areas at Jerome Park Reservoir.
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