Update: The Ulster & Delaware Railroad and the Catskill & Tannersville Railway tracks are very close to each other in this area of the Catskills. The now dismantled railroad bridges for each railroad would have been about 100 feet from each other. See newer blog and photo gallery posting on 5/26/2010 for more information and photographs.
Remnants of a Catskill & Tannersville Railway trestle abutment at the end of Laurel House Road. The Catskill & Tannersville Railway vanished from service on the mountaintop in 1918 (Light Rail and Short Ties Through the Notchby John Ham).
A short walk from the end of Laurel House Road passes this Catskill & Tannersville Railway culvert located over a rugged area that comprises stone work and cement concrete. This culvert is located between the town of Haines Falls (formerly Haines Corners) and the former Laurel House Station.