Croton Avenue, Somerstown Road, Station Place, Millwood Road, West Main Street, East Main Street
Westbound Views
NY 133 begins at the where NY 117 turns from Main Street onto North Bedford Road in Mount Kisco. There first section is known as East Main Street.
Photos taken November 2020.
An overpasses carries East Main Street over the Harlem Line of the Metro-North Railroad. On the over side, it changes names to become West Main Street.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is an interchange with the Saw Mill Parkway.
Photos taken November 2020.
Heading out of town, West Main Street changes names again to become Millwood Road.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a traffic light at Seven Bridges Road. Turn right to go north on CR 5 or left to go south on CR 21.
Photos taken November 2020.
Millwood Road curves to the southwest toward Millwood.
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There is a traffic light at NY 120. Turn left onto Quaker Street to go south. Continue straight ahead on Millwood Road to go north and to stay on NY 133.
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NY 120 is multiplexed with NY 133 along Millwood Road.
Photos taken November 2020.
There is a pedestrian/bicycle crossing at the Empire State Trail, which is marked with route shields as if it were a road. Immediately thereafter, turn left onto Station Place to stay on NY 133. Continue straight ahead on Millwood Road for NY 120.
Photos taken November 2020.
Station Place runs south and then curves to the west.
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Station Place ends at a traffic light at Saw Mill River Road (NY 100). Turn right to go north. Turn left to go south and to stay on NY 133.
Photos taken November 2020.
NY 133 follows Saw Mill River Road (NY 100) across the Taconic Parkway.
On the other side of the parkway, NY 133 splits off from Saw Mill River Road (NY 100). Here, it is known as Somerstown Road.
Photos taken November 2020.
Welcome to Ossining! There is an interchange with the Briarcliff-Peekskill Parkway (NY 9A).
Photos taken November 2020.
The section of NY 133 in Ossining is known as Croton Avenue.
Photos taken November 2020.
Dale Avenue (NY 134) merges in from the right at a traffic light. Bear left to stay on Croton Avenue.
Photo taken November 2020.
Croton Avenue ends at a traffic light at US 9. Turn right onto North Highland Avenue to go north. Turn left onto South Highland Avenue to go south. There is an erroneous NY 9 shield here. The US 9 designation actually applies in both directions.
Photos taken November 2020.

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