Photographs from the Catskill Mountains ♥
Kaaterskill Clove is a deep gorge in New York’s eastern Catskill Mountains, lying just west of the village of Palenville.
Platte Clove is a stupendous mountain pass that is breathtaking to behold from its roadside and from the trails along its rim.
There is a turntable (from Kingston) sitting on the current Delaware & Ulster Railroad property in Grand Gorge. In the past, there were plans to extend track operation from Roxbury to Grand Gorge. […]
The former Ulster & Delaware Railroad Station in Oneonta is currently a tavern/restaurant called "The Depot". The restaurant receives many positive reviews from its patrons on many online review sites. […]
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Vroman’s Nose Trail is located in the town of Fulton, New York and is a terrific short hike offering a vast landscape view of the valley below.
A 360 degree image from Plattekill Creek (this section is also known as Hell’s Hole Creek).
A 360 degree image from under Kaaterskill Falls.
In 1826 Thomas Cole painted a scene that was named “From the Top of Kaaterskill Falls”. These photographs are a spirit of his 1826 painting.
‘Hike #3: Circuit of South Mountain’ is from the ‘Catskill Mountain House Trail Guide’ by Robert Gildersleeve.
A day of exploring Platte Clove and Hell’s Hole Creek was planned. Unfortunately due to rain and thunder deep exploration as intended of Platte Clove was cut short.
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High-Resolution View from Mount Utsayantha
This image combines over 40 images and measures 370 megapixels.
When zoomed in at the intersection of Route 10 and Route 23 one can see the stop light is red.
Photo Galleries of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad
Various photos of mile markers along the former U & D Railroad right-of-way.
Photo Gallery of several former Ulster and Delaware Railroad Stations.
Photographs documenting the former U & D Railroad and remnants.
Photo Journal of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad
The former Ulster and Delaware Railroad crossed Charlotte Creek at two different locations. The first bridge still stands. The other does not.
A walk on the former Ulster and Delaware Railroad ROW between Laurel House Road and the Haines Falls Railroad Station.