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Campaign to Restore the Rosendale Trestle  

Map, Rosendale Trestle and Rail Trail, WallkilllIn Ulster County, New York, the Rosendale Railroad Trestle, perched high above Rondout Creek, is a symbol of the history and scenic beauty unique to this Hudson Valley town. The 116-year old structure, acquired for protection by the Wallkill Valley Land Trust (WVLT) and the Open Space Institute (OSI), is being restored as a magnificent recreational asset and a gateway along the expanded Wallkill Valley Rail Trail.

Based on engineers’ analysis of the structure, we need to install new decking and railings across the entire span, making it safe for public use for the first time in years.

Now, we need your help.

We need your help to restore the Trestle, to make it safe, accessible and available for all who want to enjoy it. The support of the whole community is absolutely necessary to complete the work.

Once restored, the Rosendale Trestle will:

As a centerpiece of Rosendale, this historic landmark will be all of ours to enjoy. But first, your assistance is needed – today!

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Christie DeBoer
Wallkill Valley Land Trust, Inc.
PO Box 208
New Paltz, NY 12561
845-306-5447 fax

Tally Blumberg
Open Space Institute
1350 Broadway, 201
New York, NY 10018
212-244-3441 fax