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Fr. N. Y. Fr. Dtmkirk. 3 60 The name of a point in the river where a sudden bend forms a wide and deep basin. The road runs for a long distance along the steep and rugged bank of the Delaware, high up the side of the precipice. The view, though per- haps trying to the nerves of a timorous man, especially when flying along on the lightning express train, is grand and imposing. This portion of the road was extremely difficult and expensive to build, being cut in the solid rock. It was frequently ...necessary, in making the surveys, to lower the engineers and their assistants fi-om above, and, sus- pending them with ropes, to prevent them fi-om falling. Leaving the Dela- ware on the right, and crossing the Shohola creek, we reach SHOHOLA, Shohola, Pike Co. , Pa. 107 m. Fr. N. Y. Fr. Dunkirk. 353 Opposite to this station is the village NARROWSBURGH TO HANCOCK. of Barryville, in Sullivan county, New and one mile wide, here stretches along York, supported principally by the coal and lumber trade.