VICINITY OF BEACH CEMENT WORKS WEST OF BINNEWATER ROAD
Coal Pocket – No. J – [Map C, 1]
This is about two hundred feet east of the kilns next to a siding of the Wallkill Valley Railroad. There is a fifteen foot basement; the basement walls are intact and the basement has not been filled in. The walls rise about three feet above the present grade. There are two arched doorways on the eastern side of the basement that lead to a semi-circular room about fifteen feet deep. The walls to this room are intact. There is a doorway on the northwestern wall.
Storage House – No. M – [Map C, 3]
This large building (135 ft. by 112 ft.) east of the cooper shop retains basement walls on the south, east and north sides. There is a water race that runs through the building, exiting through the south basement wall. The western wall is not exposed; dirt fill has been pushed into the western section of the basement. On the northern end of thebuilding, there is a portion of a dam creating a pond to the north of the building.
(one contributing site)
Cooper Shop – No. O – [Map C, 2]
This building was located thirty-five feet north of the kilns; its western wall (85 feet long), built of stone, is intact, including windows with brick arches; a part of the southern foundation is visible,(
Company General Store – No. D – [Map C, 4] – Located northeast of the storage house, this ruin retains foundation and basement walls of a two-story brick front section and the foundation of a one-storyaddition on the west side. On the west side of the addition are theremains of two railroad siding abutments. There are also several piers west of these abutments.
(one contributing site; one contributing structure)
Dam – [Map C, 5]
About four hundred feet north of the southern pond are the remains of a second dam, of stone construction with earth fill on the sides; although earthworks remain on both sides and some masonry is apparent, the dam can no longer hold water because of deterioration.
(one contributing structured