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May 2018
The Transportation Issue

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The magazine features the tri-corner area: north from Copake and Ancramdale NY, to South Egremont MA and Canaan CT; south through Lakeville and Sharon in Connecticut; down Route 22 to Amenia and Millbrook, and down Route 82 from Pine Plains to Millbrook in New York – and everything inbetween – with Millerton at its center.

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WELCOME TO MAIN STREET MAGAZINE!

In the May 2018 issue we feature the following:

Cover of Current issue of Main Street Magazine

The content of Main Street Magazine focuses on featuring the people, businesses, places, history, curiosities and important local issues within this area, in features and in in-depth stories.

Rail Trail Real Estate

As railroads ceased operating there emerged a national consensus that America desperately needed a national trails system and that the unused rail corridors were the perfect backbone for that network.

Mountain Valley Farm

Opened in 2015, it’s owned by Mi-kael and Tiffany Flynn who met, ap-propriately enough, through a mutual friend looking to ride. One thing led to another, which led to the property, which became the farm, which is now a place where riders at all levels can come to get in the saddle and get away.

The Canaan Depot

Imagine the turn the 20th century. Passengers are lined upon a platform, awaiting the arrival of their train to take them to places far and wide, or perhaps just a jaunt up the line into the Berkshires or west into New York State. That was the scene that took place pretty much every day at historic Canaan Union Depot in Canaan, CT. Read More

Art Escapes

With the summer season approaching, it’s an ideal time to go for a country drive. The Clark Institute and MASS MoCA, which are both located in The Berkshires area of Massachu-setts, offer extensive collections of art to suit every preference. Read More