A 370 megapixel panoramic image consisting of 40 stitched images taken from the top of Mount Utsayantha.
Abandoned railroad cars located in Port Jervis, New York along the former Ulster and Delaware Railroad.
CatskillSearch is powered by WordPress. WordPress has recently made great improvements in the way it handles its Photo Galleries. Below are links to two new Photo Galleries regarding the Ulster and Delaware Railroad: http://www.catskillsearch.com/site/ulster-and-delaware-railroad/ulster-and-delaware-railroad-photo-gallery/ http://www.catskillsearch.com/site/ulster-and-delaware-railroad/ulster-and-delaware-railroad-stations/ And 15 of my favorite
Updated the Blenheim Covered Bridge post from July 2007 with several more photographs. http://www.catskillsearch.com/site/2007/07/26/blenheim-old-covered-bridge/ Also just posted a 302 megapixel photograph that was taken in 2008 from the top of Mount Utsayantha. http://www.catskillsearch.com/site/2013/03/26/mount-utsayantha-302-megapixels/
Back tracked and added photographs of Kaaterskill Falls from early September: http://www.catskillsearch.com/site/2012/09/09/kaaterskill-falls-ny/ During the early part of October, CatskillSearch took many photographs along the ROW (right-of-way) of the former Ulster and Delaware Railroad. Several areas were re-explored and re-photographed after
A washout of a former bridge of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad along the Stony Clove Branch occurred during Hurricane Irene. The destruction was near the town of Chichester.
The former Ulster and Delaware Railroad Station for Phoenicia received a lot of damage from Hurricane Irene.
The former Ulster and Delaware Railroad crossed Charlotte Creek at two different locations. The first bridge still stands. The other does not.
“Art loved the Schohaire. Here he helped establish the first “Fish-For-Fun” area in New York State and secured many miles of public fishing rights.”
A short walk along former railbed of the the Ulster and Delaware Railroad that is now the Catskill Scenic Trail. The colors of Fall are out and Winter fast approaches.