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New York State Route 199

New York State Route 199, seen here east of Hammertown, is a 30.91-mile-long (49.74 km) state highway located in the Hudson Valley of the U.S. state of New York. From its west end in Ulster County north of Kingston, it crosses the Kingston–Rhinecliff Bridge over the Hudson River, crossing northern Dutchess County to its east end near Millerton.

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