The Hawks' Nest, New York Route 97
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The Hawk's Nest

About four miles from Port Jervis, the Hawk's Nest section of New York Route 97 has been frequently used in television commercials and advertisements.  A 30 minute drive from Port Jervis along this scenic road will lead to the oldest wire suspension bridge in the United States.   Called "The Delaware Aqueduct" when built in 1847, it was designed by John A. Roebling, future engineer of the famous Brooklyn Bridge in New York City.  A museum/home of noted author, Zane Grey.  is found just across the river in Lackawaxen, PA.

At the foot of the Hawk's Nest stand sturdy stone walls, remnants of the Delaware and Hudson canal (1828-1899) that ran parallel to the river here. 

Opposite the Delaware river from the Hawks Nest is Pike County, Pennsylvania.

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03/28/11 - David E. Davis Jr., Dean of Automotive Journalism, Dies at 80 
Read David's May 1990 American Driver article that begins by talking about the Hawk's Nest and which was republished as a tribute to him in the March  2011 issue of Automobile Magazine

Big shout out to Frank "Jersey Dog" Altamura of Great Meadows, NJ, for sharing this excellent video. Use the YouTube options to select the viewing size.  See more Hawk's Nest videos here.

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