Five railroads once passed through Ulster County, with Kingston being the main hub. These railroads―the Central New England Railway, the West Shore Railroad, the New York, Ontario & Western Railway, the Wallkill Valley Railroad, and the Ulster & Delaware Railroad―provided a means to transport produce and products from New York State’s emerging frontier to New York City, some 70 miles south of Ulster County. Ulster County Railroads provides a glimpse into the lives of the people who worked on the railroad and those who depended on it for transport of goods and personal transportation.
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Stephen Ladin is an artist and cultural administrator. He is a frequent user of rail trails and an advocate for the preservation of rail transportation, both recreational and commercial. Glendon Moffett holds a degree in chemical engineering and a master of business administration from Northeastern University. After working 13 years at Raytheon Company and later for IBM, he is now retired.
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