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Kachess River

Kachess River is a tributary of the Yakima River, in the U.S. state of Washington. From its source on Chickamin Ridge in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness region of the Cascade Range, the Kachess River flows south into Kachess Lake, a natural lake regu ...

                                               

Naches River

The Naches River is a tributary of the Yakima River in central Washington in the United States. Beginning as the Little Naches River, it is about 75 miles long. After the confluence of the Little Naches and Bumping River the name becomes simply t ...

                                               

Teanaway River

The Teanaway River is a tributary of the Yakima River, in the U.S. state of Washington. It flows into the Yakima River near Cle Elum. The Teanaway River is part of the Columbia River basin, being a tributary of the Yakima River, which is tributar ...

                                               

Medicine Bow River

The Medicine Bow River is a 167-mile-long tributary of the North Platte River, in southern Wyoming in the United States. It rises in the Snowy Range, flowing out of the North Gap Lake, in southeastern Carbon County. It flows north, past Elk Mount ...

                                               

Sweetwater River (Wyoming)

The Sweetwater River is a 238-mile long tributary of the North Platte River, in the U.S. state of Wyoming. As a part of the Mississippi River system, its waters eventually reach the Gulf of Mexico.

                                               

Bear Ranch Creek

Bear Ranch Creek is a stream located in Butte County, northern California, United States. It is a tributary of the Feather River, flowing from the Sierra Nevada into Lake Oroville.

                                               

Fusine in Valromana

Fusine in Valromana is a frazione of the comune of Tarvisio in the Province of Udine, in the autonomous Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of northeastern Italy.

                                               

Fort Union (Utah)

Fort Union, historically Union, is a major commercial area and an early settlement in the Salt Lake Valley of Utah that is now split between the municipalities of Midvale, Cottonwood Heights, and Sandy. The fort after which the area was named was ...

                                               

Ogden–Clearfield metropolitan area

The Ogden-Clearfield, UT Metropolitan Statistical Area, as defined by the United States Office of Management and Budget, is an area consisting of four counties in north central Utah, anchored by the cities of Ogden and Clearfield. As of the 2010 ...

                                               

Arkville station

The Arkville station, MP 48.1 on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad, and MP 37.52 on the Delaware and Northern Railroad, was another busy station, as this served as a junction between the two railroads. This station bore a strong resemblance to the ...

                                               

Boiceville station

Boiceville Railroad Station was built by the Ulster and Delaware Railroad to serve the community of Boiceville, New York. Located at MP 21.3, Boiceville was the westernmost depot to be removed as a result of the construction of the Ashokan Reserv ...

                                               

Edgewood station (New York)

This Ulster and Delaware station, branch MP 7.9, was the absolute smallest station on the line, serving the small community of Edgewood, New York. This station had a saw mill and a furniture factory nearby, along with a few boarding houses, and t ...

                                               

Fleischmanns station

The station at Fleischmanns, New York, MP 44.1 of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad, was originally called Griffins Corners Station, as that was the towns original name. It was situated on a hill high above the busy town, and, like the town, was a ...

                                               

Grand Gorge station

Grand Gorge station, MP 65.5 on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad, originally known as Moresville, is a train station that had more freight service than passenger service. Its main business was the freight coming from the local farms and dairy pro ...

                                               

Grand Hotel station

Grand Hotel station, MP 41.4 of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad, was located in the small mountain hamlet of Highmount, New York, at the summit between Big Indian and Arkville. A turntable was located here, allowing pusher engines to be turned b ...

                                               

Halcottville station

Halcottville station, MP 53.0 on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad, served the hamlet of Halcottville. In 1932, the U&D became the Mountain Division of the New York Central Railroad. In addition to the station, the U&D constructed a large ...

                                               

Hobart station (New York)

Hobart station, MP 77.5, in Hobart, New York, was a station on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad that had a lot of freight income. There was a Sheffield Farms Creamery right next door to the Hobart freight house, and there were many farms in the a ...

                                               

Kaaterskill station

Kaaterskill station, branch MP 19.1, was one of the busiest railroad stations on the branch lines of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad. It was near the banks of South Lake in Kaaterskill, New York, and was a major stop for people who wished to sta ...

                                               

Kellys Corners station

Kellys Corners station, MP 51.4 on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad, served a rural farming community, which there were plenty of in Delaware County. The station was located north of Kellys Corners between New York State Route 30 and the railroad ...

                                               

Olive Branch station

This Ulster and Delaware Railroad station, MP 12.6, used to be located in the town of Olive Branch, New York, which was sunk under the Ashokan Reservoir. People, especially tourists, stopped at the station to go vacationing, considering it was a ...

                                               

Pine Hill station

Pine Hill station, MP 39.7 on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad, served the village of Pine Hill, New York. It was constructed on the slope of Belle Ayr Mountain 100 feet above the village along the steep grade running from Big Indian to the summi ...

                                               

Rondout station

Roundout was the first station built on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad. The station was located on East Strand in Rondout, New York, constructed in 1868, and demolished in the 1970s. The station was on the site of the headquarters and maintenan ...

                                               

Shandaken station

This station, MP 32.1, was located where the site of the old Allaben station. The old Allaben station was a big masonry building that served the village of Allaben. It was torn down in 1899, and replaced with a new pre-fabricated station. This wa ...

                                               

Shokan station

This Ulster and Delaware train station, MP 19.2, was a busy station, serving an even busier town. This station was actually located in the village of West Shokan, with the actual town of Shokan being a mile east of the station itself. This statio ...

                                               

Stamford station (New York)

Stamford station, MP 74.0, was another important railroad station. The town it served, Stamford, New York, was home to the Stamford Country Club and the elegant Churchill Hall, and was, not surprisingly, a popular tourist stop, especially for peo ...

                                               

Stony Clove Notch station

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 t ...

                                               

Stony Hollow station

Stony Hollow, MP 8.3 on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad, was a small, station-agent-lacking flagstop/shelter that served the small town of Stony Hollow, between West Hurley and Kingston, New York, and had very little business. It was located hal ...

                                               

Tannersville station (New York)

Tannersville was a train station in Tannersville, New York operated by the Ulster and Delaware Railroad. It ceased operation in 1940 and burned down on March 2, 1966.

                                               

West Hurley station

West Hurley, MP 9.8, later MP 10.2, was a railroad station on the Ulster and Delaware Railroad in West Hurley, New York that was constructed in the late nineteenth century and rebuilt during the construction of the Ashokan Reservoir. The original ...

                                               

Bearsville, New York

Bearsville is a hamlet in Ulster County, New York, USA. Bearsville is in the town of Woodstock, New York and is located along New York State Route 212, within Catskill State Park and just to the west of the hamlet of Woodstock. The highest known ...

                                               

Cooper Lake (New York)

Cooper Lake, located near Lake Hill in the Town of Woodstock, Ulster County, New York, is the largest natural lake in the Catskill Mountains. However, it has been expanded somewhat over the years since it serves as the main reservoir for the near ...

                                               

Overlook Mountain

Overlook Mountain is the southernmost peak of the Catskill Escarpment in the central Catskill Mountains near Woodstock, New York. The centerpiece of the 590-acre Overlook Mountain Wild Forest area of Catskill Park, the mountain is the site of one ...

                                               

Kittatinny Valley

The Kittatinny Valley is a section of the Great Appalachian Valley in Sussex and Warren counties in northwestern New Jersey that is bounded on the west by Kittatinny Mountain, and in the east by the Highlands region. The valley is roughly 39 mile ...

                                               

Allegheny Ridge

                                               

Blue Mountain (Pennsylvania)

Blue Mountain Ridge, Blue Mountain, or the Blue Mountains of Pennsylvania is part of the geophysical makeup of the Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It is a ridge that forms the southern and eastern edge of the Appa ...

                                               

Broad Mountain (Schuylkill Valley)

Broad Mountain or Broad Ridge in the Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians in Carbon County and Schuylkill County in Eastern Pennsylvania is a steep-faced, anthracite-bearing barrier ridge just south of both Beaver Meadows and Weatherly, north of Nesqueh ...

                                               

Broad Mountain (Schuylkill Valley)

                                               

Canoe Mountain

Canoe Mountain is a stratigraphic ridge in central Pennsylvania, United States, running east of the Allegheny Front and west of Tussey Mountain. It is forms a continuous ridge with Brush Mountain to the west. Canoe Mountain forms the border betwe ...

                                               

Knob Mountain (Pennsylvania)

Knob Mountain is a ridge in the northeastern part of Columbia County, Pennsylvania and parts of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Its elevation is over 1720 feet above sea level. Knob Mountain can be seen from a considerable distance, and is also vis ...

                                               

Martin Hill (Pennsylvania)

Martin Hill is a mountain ridge which connects Tussey Mountain to its east and Evitts Mountain to its west. Martin Hill is located in the Martin Hill Wild Area, which is a part of the Buchanan State Forest, in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. The su ...

                                               

Martin Mountain Ridge

Martin Mountain Ridge is a ridge located in Allegany County, Maryland lying 3.25 miles west of Flintstone, Maryland and extending into Pennsylvania. Its highest elevation is 1.980 feet. N. 39°42 W. 78°38

                                               

Nescopeck Mountain

Nescopeck Mountain is a ridge in Columbia County and Luzerne County, in Pennsylvania, in the United States. Its elevation is 1.594 feet above sea level. The ridge is a forested ridge, with at least two types of forest and two systems of vernal po ...

                                               

Youngstown Ridge

Youngstown Ridge is a sparsely populated mountain, adjacent to Youngstown, Pennsylvania in Westmoreland County. It is the collective name for two neighboring ridges, Sugarbrush Ridge and Solomons Temple Ridge. For many years, Sugarbush Ridge had ...

                                               

Ridges of Bedford County, Pennsylvania

                                               

Ridges of Blair County, Pennsylvania

                                               

Ridges of Carbon County, Pennsylvania

                                               

Ridges of Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania

                                               

Acorn Hill

Acorn Hill is a mountain located in the Catskill Mountains of New York northeast of Wittenberg. Snake Rocks is located southeast, and Johns Mountain is located north-northeast of Acorn Hill.

                                               

Acra Point

Acra Point is a mountain in Greene County, New York. It is located in the Catskill Mountains south of South Durham. Burnt Knob is located west-northwest, and Blackhead is located south of Acra Point.

                                               

Mount Adams (New York)

Mount Adams is a mountain located in Essex County of New York. Atop the mountain is the Mount Adams Fire Observation Station, added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.

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