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Country store takes visitors back in time (with photo gallery)

Fo’Castle Farms grew from early fruit stand to be store, lunchroom

Fo’Castle Farms Country Store at 166 Kingsley Road in Burnt Hills has had basically the same facade since 1957. The shop has been attracting customers on beautiful fall days since 1949.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Fo’Castle Farms Country Store at 166 Kingsley Road in Burnt Hills has had basically the same facade since 1957. The shop has been attracting customers on beautiful fall days since 1949.
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Every time Anne Hogue walks into Fo’Castle Farms in Burnt Hills, it’s sort of like stepping into a time machine. “We have people who are bringing their grandchildren, and they’re telling us how when they were young they remember coming here with their grandparents,” said Hogue, who, along with her husband, Glenn, owns and operates Fo’Castle Farms Country Store at 166 Kingsley Road in Burnt Hills. “It’s a step back in time, and I feel ...


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