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US 6 enters New York as a four-lane highway, but soon narrows to two lanes.
Two-lane US 6 passes through the middle of Brewster.
US 6 continues west across New York.
Once again multiplexed with US 202, US 6 leaves the traffic circle where it meets US 9.
A very curvy US 6 winds its way high above the Hudson River.
US 6 meets NY-9D at the Bear Mountain Bridge. Although not shown on this sign assembly, an Alternate US 6 follows NY-9D north, bypassing the tight curves to our east.
US 6 crosses the Hudson River using the Bear Mountain Bridge.
The Appalachian Trail crosses the Hudson River with US 6.
A look to the north up the Hudson River.
A look to the south down the Hudson River. The cut made by US 6 can be seen in the trees.
US 6 exits the Bear Mountain Bridge to the west.
US 6 enters another traffic circle on the west side of the bridge where it meets US 9W and the Palisades Interstate Parkway.
A section of two-lane US 6 in Orange County.
US 6 travels through Port Jervis to Pennsylvania.
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