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A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The (Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The walkway along the Hudson River between Horan's Landing Park and Kingsland Park was open for pedestrians Sunday in Tarrytown. The site around the former General Motors site eventually will become part of RiverWalk. Visitors also were able to walk over to the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. (Aug. 5, 2012)

Tarrytown lighthouse

The historic Tarrytown Lighthouse, which is actually in Sleepy Hollow near Kingsland Point Park, will be restored to last another century. The county-owned property was built in 1883 and needs shoring up, painting and a new lighthouse lamp.

A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The walkway along the Hudson River between Horan's Landing Park and Kingsland Park was open for pedestrians Sunday in Tarrytown. The site around the former General Motors site eventually will become part of RiverWalk. Visitors also were able to walk over to the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. (Aug. 5, 2012)

A view from the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

A view from the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The walkway along the Hudson River between Horan's Landing Park and Kingsland Park was open for pedestrians Sunday in Tarrytown. The site around the former General Motors site eventually will become part of RiverWalk. Visitors also were able to walk over to the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. (Aug. 5, 2012)

A view from the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

A view from the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The walkway along the Hudson River between Horan's Landing Park and Kingsland Park was open for pedestrians Sunday in Tarrytown. The site around the former General Motors site eventually will become part of RiverWalk. Visitors also were able to walk over to the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. (Aug. 5, 2012)

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The walkway along the Hudson River between Horan's
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

The walkway along the Hudson River between Horan's Landing Park and Kingsland Park was open for pedestrians in Tarrytown. The site around the former General Motors site eventually will become part of RiverWalk. Visitors also were able to walk over to the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. (Aug. 5, 2012)

A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The walkway along the Hudson River between Horan's Landing Park and Kingsland Park was open for pedestrians Sunday in Tarrytown. The site around the former General Motors site eventually will become part of RiverWalk. Visitors also were able to walk over to the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. (Aug. 5, 2012)

A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The walkway along the Hudson River between Horan's Landing Park and Kingsland Park was open for pedestrians Sunday in Tarrytown. The site around the former General Motors site eventually will become part of RiverWalk. Visitors also were able to walk over to the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. (Aug. 5, 2012)

A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The walkway along the Hudson River between Horan's Landing Park and Kingsland Park was open for pedestrians Sunday in Tarrytown. The site around the former General Motors site eventually will become part of RiverWalk. Visitors also were able to walk over to the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. (Aug. 5, 2012)

A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The
(Credit: Leslie Barbaro)

A view of the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. The walkway along the Hudson River between Horan's Landing Park and Kingsland Park was open for pedestrians Sunday in Tarrytown. The site around the former General Motors site eventually will become part of RiverWalk. Visitors also were able to walk over to the Sleepy Hollow Lighthouse. (Aug. 5, 2012)

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