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Then & Now: The Deadman’s Curve in Bethpage

The most dramatic curve in the very curvy, 44-mile Long Island Motor Parkway was the almost 90-degree turn South of Hermann Street in Bethpage.

The most dramatic curve in the very curvy 44-mile Long Island Motor Parkway was the almost 90-degree turn south of Hermann Street in Bethpage. Remnants of the "Deadman's Curve" can still be found today as seen in these "Then & Now" images as posted on VanderbiltCupRaces.com.

Enjoy,

Howard Kroplick

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John K Massaro October 01, 2012 at 06:59 PM
I love the "before & after" pics you have! That's right up my alley, finding old remnants of Long Island's past...
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