Stevenson, James
July 1971
New Yorker;7/3/1971, Vol. 47 Issue 20, p30
The article features the park that projects south into Long Island Sound and bounded on the north by the tracks of the Penn Central railroad in New York. The entire area is surrounded by a high chain link fence. The park policy is very strict in terms of entering the area, the guard usually checks incoming cars to inspect if they have a pass proving that they live in the nearby town.


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