Short version of a very long and complicated story...
The tracks from Pine Island Junction (about a half mile north of the Pine Island station) north through Florida, Goshen, and up to Campbell Hall were Erie- it's Pine Island branch south of Goshen, and Montgomery branch north. The line from Goshen south was chartered as the Goshen & Deckertown (now Sussex, NJ), but was never completed. The L&NE's owned tracks from New Jersey ended at Pine Island Junction- they used trackage rights from there to CH and Maybrook. The two Erie branches met at Goshen where they crossed the Erie main line (basically at the Goshen station). Locals (including me) referred to the line as L&NE, since they were the only operators on the branches since at least the late thirties until the L&NE folded its tent in 1961. After the Erie's Graham Line was completed (about 1910) it went through Campbell Hall, so they had a much more direct access to Maybrook for freight; the Montgomery Branch was no longer needed for that by the Erie.
That first shot looks to be behind the Orange County Court and Government Center in Goshen. The old Orange County Jail was adjacent to the line, where the western part of the parking lot is now. If you look at where West Main Street Extension parts from West Main Street, there's a length of rail still in the pavement. And the ROW can still be made out at the end of Pond Road (across from Sarah Wells Trail). The newly built Harness Road appears to have been built directly on the ROW.
Most of the ROW can be followed on Bing Maps and Google Earth, with gaps, if you know where to look.