Pike Street, East Main Street, Slate Hill Road, Quickway, Long Mountain Parkway, Palisades Parkway, Bear Mountain Bridge, Bear Mountain Bridge Road, Main Street, Birdsall Road
Eastbound Views
There is a traffic light at East Lake Boulevard (CR 72).
Photos taken August 2020.
There is a traffic light at Croton Falls Road (CR 34).
Photos taken August 2020.
US 6 runs northeast as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken August 2020.
Drewville Road (CR 36) begins on the right.
Photos taken August 2020.
US 6 crosses the dam at the southern end of the West Branch Reservoir.
Photos taken August 2020.
US 6 continues northeast to Carmel.
Photos taken August 2020.
Welcome to Carmel! There is a parking area for the Putnam Trailway on the right.
Photos taken August 2020.
Turn right at this traffic light to stay on US 6. Continue straight ahead to go west on NY 52, which begins here.
Photos taken August 2020.
Skipping east to Carmel, US 6 runs east as a two-lane undivided road. The Putnam Trailway, a rail trail, crosses US 6 on an overpass.
Photos taken August 2020.
There is a causeway over the Middle Branch Reservoir.
Photos taken August 2020.
On the other side, NY 312 begins on the left at a traffic light.
Photos taken August 2020.
US 6 continues east to Brewster. The Putnam Trailway passes over the road again. The Middle Branch Reservoir is on the right.
Photos taken August 2020.
Welcome to the Village of Brewster!
Photos taken August 2020.
The roadway splits. Bear right for Railroad Avenue (CR 56), which provides access to US 202/NY 22 and Morningthorpe Avenue (CR 51). There is no signage for CR 56 at this intersection.
Photos taken 2015-2020.
Main Street runs east through Brewster as a two-lane undivided road.
Photos taken July 2015.
Peaceable Hill Road (CR 53) begins on the left at an uncontrolled intersection.
Photos taken July 2015.
The Borden Bridge carries Main Street over the Croton River. On the other side, Main Street ends at US 202/NY 22. Turn left to go east or right to go west. US 6 is multiplexed with US 202/NY 22 beginning here.
Photos taken July 2015.
US 6/US 202/NY 22 runs east as a two-lane undivided road. There is a sign goof here. This is US 202, not NY 202.
Photos taken 2015-2020.
US 6/US 202/NY 22 passes under I-84, but there is no interchange here.
Photos taken August 2020.
After the overpasses, bear right to stay on US 6/US 202/NY 22.
Photos taken August 2020.
There is an entrance to I-684 south, from which there is access to I-84 in both directions.
Photos taken June 2018.
NY 22 splits off from US 6 and follows I-684 to its northern terminus just north of here.
Photos taken June 2018.
US 6/US 202 runs east as a four-lane divided road.
Photos taken April 2019.
Peach Lake Road (NY 121) begins on the right.
Photos taken April 2019.

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