Various photos of mile markers along the former U & D Railroad right-of-way.
Interesting aerial views from Google Maps of the former Ulster and Delaware Railroad. The aerial views show things like former structures and damaged caused by Hurricane Irene.
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 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.
A comparison GPS map of the Catskill & Tannersville Railway and Ulster & Delaware Railroad. This Google-enabled map helps show how close these tracks ran to each other. The Catskill & Tannersville Railway is the upper line of the two
The Catskill and Tannersville Railway was a historic narrow-gauge railroad operating in New York. The railroad commenced at the Otis Summit station in Kaaterskill at the top of the Wall of the Manitou, which was the terminus of the Otis Elevating Railway, and ended 5.2 miles away at its headquarters in Tannersville.
The Ulster and Delaware Railroad Company (U&D) was a railroad located in New York State and founded in 1866. It was often advertised as “The Only All-Rail Route To the Catskill Mountains.” At its greatest extent, the U&D ran from Kingston Point, on the Hudson River, through the heart of the Catskill Mountains to its western terminus at Oneonta, passing through four counties (Ulster, Delaware, Schoharie and Otsego).
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.