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.
The road sign (that has been mentioned prior) has recently received vandalism. Fall foliage is near its peak.
Overlook Mountain is the southernmost peak of the Catskill Escarpment in the central Catskill Mountains near Woodstock, New York.
Several side by side comparisons of several buildings throughout Prattsville as work continues to restore and rebuild this town.
Afterwards I traveled to the top of Kaaterskill Falls. I descended quickly to the upper ledge of the falls.
“Rip Lives! The story or Rip Van Winkle comes alive on the Mountaintop. 60 renditions of Rip in various disguises are spread along our country roads”.
An interesting crooked growing tree, located north of the Devils Kitchen stone bridge that crosses Hells Hole Creek.
A walk on the former Ulster and Delaware Railroad ROW between Laurel House Road and the Haines Falls Railroad Station.