Photographs of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad Station that covered South Gilboa, New York. Both the railroad and the station are abandoned.
Walking the Kaaterskill Rail Trail
The Kaaterskill Rail Trail officially opened to the public on June 1, 2013.
Abandoned Railroad Cars in Port Jervis
Abandoned railroad cars located in Port Jervis, New York along the former Ulster and Delaware Railroad.
Ulster and Delaware Railroad (Light Dam Bridge)
Stony Clove Branch (Chichester)
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.
Ulster & Delaware Railroad (Phoenicia)
The former Ulster and Delaware Railroad Station for Phoenicia received a lot of damage from Hurricane Irene.
Charlotte Creek Crossing
The former Ulster and Delaware Railroad crossed Charlotte Creek at two different locations. The first bridge still stands. The other does not.
South Gilboa (Catskill Scenic Trail)
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.
Laurel House Road to Haines Falls Railroad Station
A walk on the former Ulster and Delaware Railroad ROW between Laurel House Road and the Haines Falls Railroad Station.
Ulster & Delaware Railroad: South Gilboa
The former site of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad Station that stopped at South Gilboa.
Sphinx Rock stands guard over the upper clove above Molly Smith’s parking area.
Ulster and Delaware Railroad- Mile Marker 67
The former Ulster and Delaware Railroad right of way is now called the Catskill Scenic Trail near the towns of Grand Gorge and Stamford.
Clum Hill Road and Cortina Valley Road
The section of the old Ulster & Delaware Railroad right-of-way (ROW) is opposite the entrance of the Tannersville Bike Path.
U&D Railroad: Kaaterskill Branch
CatskillSearch explored the Ulster & Delaware Railroad ROW from South Lake to the U&D abutment located on the east side of Laurel House Road. This abutment helped form the crossing of the U&D Railroad over Spruce Creek. South Lake is
Cold Brook Railroad Station
Cold Brook Station, MP 22.1, was built by the U&D about 1900. It replaced an earlier flagstop at Cold Brook Bridge, MP 22.38. After the flooding of the Ashokan Reservoir, six stations were submerged forever, and one of these was the
Fleischmann’s Railroad Station
From Wikipedia (Source): The station at Fleischmann’s, MP 44.1 of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad, was originally called Griffin’s Corners Station, as that was the town’s original name. It was situated on a hill high above the busy town, and,
Wawaka Lake to the Delaware and Ulster Railroad
A drive along Route 30 from Wawaka Lake to the the Delaware and Ulster Railroad located in Arkville, New York.
Ulster & Delaware Railroad (Oneonta)
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.