I must give credit to S&NYRR.com for Powell station location. I had been by it before and I thought it looked interesting but didn't know the buildings heritage. I must also give credit to Charles whom I met at Barclay Cemetery. Charles was a wealth of information and gladly took time from his volunteer maintenance work to answer my many questions. I've found more at some other locations on public land but I'm hesitant to post some of the photos because of souvenir hunters. I'll post more immovable object pictures in the future. Last year I was squirrel hunting just above Schrader Creek. Late in the day, I looked down the hill towards the creek and, Holly Smokes, I see the bottom flange of a locomotive smoke stack. How did I not notice that for the past hour. I forgot all about being quiet and scrambled down the hill. On closer investigation it turned out to be the upper shouldered portion of a VERY heavy, riveted milk can. I did not have my phone on me so did not get pictures. I'm going back this fall to see if I can determine which dairy it was from and get exact lat & long.. The S&NY RoW crossed the creek in this general area so this could be the wrong side of creek. I'm not sure about it's predecessor Barclay RR. Per Wikipedia BRR began operations in 1854. Barclay RR time table shows a station in this general area. I've seen two different distances given from an existing known point. The milage differs by 0.43 mi. I'm assuming one was rounded figures in a public TT and the other in employe TT with actual milage. I'll need to go back and check. Per Wikipedia S&NY did some grade and curve reductions. S&NY TT that I've seen on line does not list a station here. Could this milk can possibly mark the location of the BRR station or was it just dumped in the woods a long time ago. Looks like I need to break out some history books and search the BCHS museum records. Sorry about the long post!