Information from Wikipedia: The Kaaterskill Junction Station, branch MP 11.8, was one of the smallest stations on the Ulster & Delaware, and served as the station at the junction between the Stony Clove and Kaaterskill Branch and the Hunter Branch,
A 360 degree image from under a Ulster and Delaware Railroad bridge that crossed Pleasnt Valley Creek just north of Roxbury, New York.
Grand Gorge was a stop on the former Ulster and Delaware Railroad. Currently the Ulster and Delaware railroad tracks end near Hubbell Corners and Route 30. There is a turntable (from Kingston) sitting on the current Delaware & Ulster Railroad
“This caboose is currently located at the end of Schutt Road in the Town of Hunter and is the only surviving piece of U & D equipment.”
Remnants of the Ulster & Delaware Railroad trestle abutment at the end of Laurel House Road. This part of the railway was the Kaaterskill branch.
For family riding and walking, the Tannersville Bike Path offers a 2.7 mile stretch of graded dirt path starting on Clum Hill Road directly across from Cortina Valley.
A revisit to the South Gilboa Railroad Station on the same day that I passed by the Hunter Railroad Station.
At Shokan (Former site of Olive) on Route 28 there are many remnants (some new and some old) from the Catskill railroads.
The old South Kortright Railroad Station which is now a private home. Catskill Scenic Trail through South Kortright A lovely sunset on the outer edge of South Kortright.
The old Hunter Railroad Station currently serves as a private home. Colonel’s Chair can be seen in the background. The summit is 3,199 feet above sea level.
As of the date of the photo the farm behind the sign is currently on the market for 160,000 dollars. The farm covers 10 acres. Much of this property borders the Catskill Scenic Trail in South Gilboa. . A photograph