Collaboration leads to new railing

The old railing was in a state of disrepair after more than 50 years of service. The new railing is safe and, most agree, more attractive. Iron monger John Graney, from Sheffield, Mass., designed and built the railing to suit the village’s taste and needs. Townscape did much of the leg work to get the project going. Photo by Chris Kennan

MILLERTON — The railing in front of the old M&T Bank, now home to Gilded Moon Framing, has been replaced, thanks to the collaborative effort of Townscape and the village of Millerton. The Village Board and Townscape worked on the project for roughly five months, and the result is a one-of-a-kind, hand-forged railing that will be as serviceable as it is lovely.

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