Ulster and Delaware Railroad Depot and Mill Complex

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Ulster and Delaware Railroad Depot and Mill Complex
Ulster and Delaware Railroad Depot and Mill Complex, Depot St. Roxbury.jpg
Ulster and Delaware Railroad Depot and Mill Complex is located in New York
Ulster and Delaware Railroad Depot and Mill Complex
Location Depot St., Roxbury, New York
Coordinates 42°17′4″N 74°34′11″W / 42.28444°N 74.56972°W / 42.28444; -74.56972Coordinates: 42°17′4″N 74°34′11″W / 42.28444°N 74.56972°W / 42.28444; -74.56972
Area less than one acre
Governing body Local
NRHP Reference # 03000254[1]
Added to NRHP April 18, 2003

Ulster and Delaware Railroad Depot and Mill Complex is a historic railroad depot and national historic district located at Roxbury in Delaware County, New York. The district contains five contributing buildings and one contributing structure. It was developed between about 1876 and 1946 and includes the Ulster and Delaware Railroad Depot, Robinson and Preston Steam Flour and Feed Mill, Slawson-Decker-Sheffield Co Creamery, Ulster and Delaware Railroad Ice House, and George M. Orr Blacksmith Shop.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.[1]

The Ulster & Delaware Railroad Historical Society operates the Roxbury Depot Museum in the railroad station.

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