Linden is between Faulconbridge and Woodford, an easy hour and half drive from Sydney. It has historic sites including Kings Cave and Caley's Repulse. Caley's Repulse is a pile of stones which are said to mark the final point point of a failed attempt to cross the Mountains by George Caley. Just off Glossop Road is the headstone of John Donohue, who legend has it was a constable shot by a bushranger in 1837. The headstone is at the beginning of the track leading to Kings Cave. Captain Bull's Camp is a popular picnic area located between Linden and Woodford and is named after the man responsible for the upgrading of this section of road using the usual convict labour. To the west of the picnic area is the 'whipping stone' also known as 'The Grooved Rock' and the 'Convict Cell' or a 'Powder Store'. The housing is generally of high quality and much sort after and some of the properties even enjoy spectacular Sydney views.
Information sourced from http://infobluemountains.net.au/rail/mid/linden.htm