History

The Catskill and Tannersville Railway was a historic narrow gauge railroad operating in New York.

Also known as “The Huckleberry”, the C&T operated tracks that were laid to a three foot gauge. 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 C&T faced competition from the parallel Stony Clove and Kaaterskill branch of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad. (Source: Wikipedia- Catskill and Tannersville Railway)

View CatskillSearch’s ongoing project regarding the Ulster and Delaware Railroad

View the comparison map of the two railway tracks as they ran through the Kaaterskill Clove area:
VIEW C&T Railway and U&D Railroad Comparsion