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NameDenice Murrill
Date2016-08-03
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Messagesmilie Great work. It's a beautiful place and needs to be put to good use.



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NameJuie Hough
Date2016-07-10
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MessageThanks for the info! I saw a picture of the castle on pinterest and was interested. Absoulutley beautiful! If it was a bed and breakfast i would book a trip ASAP. Thanks again!


NameCathy Gettys
Date2016-07-02
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MessageCan this castle be visited or is it off limits? Is there an address to put in a GPS? I love expecting exploring old buildings, never damaging them.
Thanks for the info.
Cathy


NameJade Humphries-Graves
Date2016-06-27
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MessageIn 1977, my family had our annual family reunion at the the Dundas Castle. We knew if as the Mason's Castle, as many of the men in our family were Prince Hall Masons. I have found memories our running around the grounds and in the castle as a child! I remember the cool marble on the hot July days. I remember gazing out of the beautiful windows as if I were a princess in a fairytale. It is and was a beautiful place! I will never forget the time we spent here!


NameKimberly Hill
Date2016-06-08
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MessageRan across pictures of the castle online & was curious about it.


NameJennifer
Date2016-05-27
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MessageI love medieval castles and when my husband was working along the Beaverkill and found this he knew he had to take me there. I snapped photos and fell in love. I would love to purchase this property and restore it to what it could be while still leaving it as it once was. It's been over a decade since I visited but it is still fresh in my mind. Walking up the turret stairs made me feel like a princess! Absolutely beautiful. It is very sad to see it so neglected and vandalized. It is a shame to see something like that fall to ruin. Maybe someday........


NameWalter king
Date2016-05-10
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MessageAS of right now we are trying to restore the castle. if anyone knows of funding available contact me vice president of the P.H.T.A. (914)760-5862.


NameBob Trask jr.
Date2016-02-23
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MessageHey **((BRYAN FINCH))** , I am interested in the types of places you check out. If you are open to allow another on a trip/Help pay expenses , please email me here at (tamtra111@yahoo.com). If there is/are a place/places I would like to see too. Thanks in advance for any consideration.... Bob.


NameBob Trask jr.
Date2016-02-23
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MessageHi , I like that you made this site for Prince-Hall (Dundas) Castle. I have so many great stories & memories of the place. When younger , I spent a lot of time in & around the castle. We had many parties & at 1 time , I was great friends with the caretaker's (at the time) Son , Vance Suber. The subject of almost all of the parties , were the haunting-type stories! As the nights went on & people had more beer-muscles , then and only then , we would go exploring! lol. More recently , I also did electrical work there with my Father. I still go there fishing in the spring & summer. The left side of the bridge is 1 of the best fishing spots on the Beaverkill river! Although you DO need permission , so just don't show up or you will be removed with-in 5 minutes. I still remember the story about the Haunting if you would like to hear it sometime...at least version I was taught. Again , Thank you for making this site! smilie , I love old places , especially those with an interesting provenance.


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