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A photo gallery covering the Catskill railroads. This particular page covers CatskillSearch’s railroad photo ventures in chronological date order.

CatskillSearch also has detailed it’s railroad photo ventures into GPS coordinates along with a easy to follow map order of locations. FOLLOW HERE

A good online resource for further reading about the Catskill railroads is located at: Wikipedia- Ulster and Delaware Railroad.

Oct 13th 2012 Saturday

Stony Clove Branch (Chichester)

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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 (south of Lanesville) and the bridge crossed Stony Clove Creek. The bridge was currently in use as a [...]

Oct 13th 2012 Saturday

Ulster & Delaware Railroad (Phoenicia)

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The former Ulster and Delaware Railroad Station for Phoenicia, New York is currently the Empire State Railway Museum. The area around the Station including the railroad tracks received a lot of damage from Hurricane Irene. The night photography in the photo gallery below of [...]

Oct 12th 2012 Friday

Charlotte Creek Crossing

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The former Ulster and Delaware Railroad crossed Charlotte Creek at two different locations with two different bridges. The two bridges that crossed Charlotte Creek were approximately 4 miles apart. The first bridge still stands. The other does not. A large bridge stands at t [...]

Sep 16th 2010 Thursday

Clum Hill Road and Cortina Valley Road

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The section of the old Ulster & Delaware Railroad right-of-way (ROW) that CatskillSearch explored in regards to this Post is opposite the entrance of the Tannersville Bike Path. The newly developed Tannersville Bike Path starts at Clum Hill Road and ends to the west at B [...]

Jun 12th 2010 Saturday

Cold Brook Railroad Station

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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 Boiceville Station. When this was floo [...]

Jun 12th 2010 Saturday

Fleischmann’s Railroad Station

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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, like the town, was always very [...]