Stony Clove Notch Railroad Station
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This Ulster and Delaware station, branch MP 9.8, was at the summit of a grade that went to the Stony Clove Notch, where the Stony Clove Valley came to a pinch, and was but a few yards wide. It was a flagstop, where people would have to signal a train to stop for them. This station never made much business, and was immediately out of service when the New York Central took over the U&D in 1932. This station was also a house. It was where a person lived that would walk from Edgewood Railroad Station to Kaaterskill Junction Station to check for fires.
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