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Rochester NY - Steam train at the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Station (formerly Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburg Railroad) here on West Main. You may recognize the station building as Nick Tahou’s.

Can of Worms, I-490, Rochester, NY


Steam Train, Douro Valley, Portugal.

High Falls Rochester | Rochester NY

Charlotte beach sunrise=)rochester ny

"lake effect snow" winters in Rochester, NY

Buffalo, NY 1908

Buffalo Central Terminal, opened in 1929 for the New York Central Railroad, is one of those rare former railway stations that is empty but not abandoned (anymore at least), and as a result appears frozen in time.

RailPictures.Net Photo: NYC 4032 New York Central EMD E7(A) at Rochester, New York by John Dziobko www.godfatherrails.com

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Station, Rochester, NY. [PHOTO: Provide by Al from Wolcott, NY]

Hollender Stadium was located on the Southeast corner of Ridgeway Avenue and Mount Read Blvd. Built in 1949 for the Aquinas Institute Football Team, it was also the home for the Rochester Lancers Soccer Team. The Buffalo Bills had their first ever win, at the stadium in an exhibition game against the Denver Broncos in August 1960. The 20,000 seat stadium was torn down in 1985. The Hollender Industrial Park is now located at the site.

Kodak Park, 1891, Rochester, NY

Strolling on Drosselgasse street in Rüdesheim am Rhein, Hesse, Germany Rudesheim is one of the great tourist towns.. great clock stores there

Chattanooga: Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum.. if you have never been there and you love trains.. you should go!

steam train

Photo shows view of an Illinois railroad train going through high water. This old photograph dates to 1907.

Entrance to the City Hall subway station. This kiosk is on Broad Street at the northwest corner of Exchange Street, with the Times Square building in the background. A man in a summer hat is seen walking on the sidewalk.

Rochester, NY Panoramic Photo (c. 1914) shows South Avenue, Erie Canal, Lehigh Valley Railroad Station, Court St. bridge, Erie Railroad Station, Kimball Tobacco Factory

Silverton and Durango Narrow Gauge Railroad Colorado