|Junction: New York State Highway 23
||Junction of New York State Highway 145 & State Highway 23, intersects US Interstate Highway 87 to the southwest; to Windham, New York to the east.
|Rockefeller Lake, NY
||Rockefeller Lake, New York.
|East Durham, NY
||Community of East Durham, town of Durham, New York, home of Irish Village USA, noted for its Irish festivals and cultural promotions.
|Shady Glen Road Stone Arch Bridge, NY
||Take Stone Bridge Road to the west to Shady Glen Road Stone Arch Bridge (or Elliotts' Bridge), Cornwallville, New York, historic single span stone arch bridge built in 1886; Zoom Flume Water Park.
||Community of Durham, New York. West on Country Rd 20/Durham Rd to Manorkill State Forest and Mt. Pisgah State Forest.
||Allan Teator Road Stone Arch Bridge and Brand Hollow Road Stone Arch Bridge, historic single span stone arch bridges in West Durham, New York, built in 1892-1893.
|Junction: New York State Highway 81
||Junction of New York State Highway 145 & New York State Highway 81; to the community of Oak Hill, New York to the east, limited services. To the west, NY State Highway 81 becomes Potter Hollow Rd, turn right on Bates Lane to the community of Preston-Potter Hollow, New York. Country Rd 362 becomes Country Rd 361/Scott Patent Rd accesses the Scott Patent State Forest and Leonard Hill State Forest. Left on Potter Hollow Rd to Country Rd 354/Potter Mountain Rd/Country 3 provides access to Bates State Forest and High Knob State Forest, then proceeds to the community of Conesville, New York.
|Preston Hollow, NY
||Community of Preston Hollow, Albany County, New York.
|Rensselaerville State Forest, NY
||Rensselaerville State Forest is in Albany County, New York.
||Community of Livingstonville, Broome, New York, decreasing population. Limited services. Historic Livingstonville Community Church, constructed in 1849 in the Greek Revival style.
|Stone Store State Forest, NY
||Stone Store State Forest, New York.
|Dutton Ridge State Forest, NY
||Take Earls Rd/Dorian Rd, right on Campbell Rd into the Dutton Ridge State Forest.
|Gates Hill State Forest, NY
||Take Gates Hill Rd to Gates Hill State Forest, Middleburgh, New York.
|The Vlaie, NY
||Vlaie Pond (or Franklinton Vlaie), a small lake located in the northern part of the town of Broome, New York.
|Armiin Hill State Foresty, NY
||Armin Hill State Forest, New York on Woods Rd off New York State Highway 145.
||Take Cotton Hill Rd/Country Rd 66 to Cotton Hill State Forest and Dutch Settlement State Forest, New York. Country Rd 66 ends at New York State Highway 443 to the east.
||Community of Middleburgh, New York. Places of interest: Dr. Christopher S. Best House & Office (constructed in 1884), St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church (built in 1856).
|Junction: New York State Highway 30
||Junction of New York State Highway 145 & New York State Highway 30. Community of Middleburgh, New York. Places of interest: Dr. Christopher S. Best House & Office (constructed in 1884), St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church (built in 1856). NY State Highway 30 goes to Fultonham, New York to the south.
|Junction: US Interstate Highway 88
||Junction of New York State Highway 145 & US Interstate Highway 88, to Richmondville, New York to the west; to the east, US Interstate Highway 88 ends at US Interstate Highway 90 to the northeast.
|Junction: New York State Highway 7
||Junction of New York State Highway 145 & New York State Highway 7. At this point, NY State Highway 7 overlaps NY State Highway 145 to the west until Cobbleskill, New York, and turns south to the community of Warnerville, New York. To the east, NY State Highway 7 goes to the community of Central Bridge, New York.
||Community of Cobbleskill, New York. Junction of State Highway 145. Site of the Battle of Cobbleskill (or the Cobbleskill Massacre)on May 30, 1778. Cobbleskill Historic District whose centerpiece is Hotel Augustan, built in 1874; the oldest building is Bull's Head Inn, constructed in 1802. At this juncture, New York State Highway 7 departs from New York State Highway 145 and proceeds southwest to Warnerville, New York.
||Community of Lawyersville, New York.
|Junction: US Highway 20
||Community of Sharon, New York, at the junction of New York State Highway 145 & US Highway 20; first settled in 1870; site of the Battle of Sharon (1781) during the American Revolution. US Highway goes east to communities of Sloansville, Esperance, and Duannesburg; west to communities of Sharon Springs and Springfield. LD10-e