Rochester Junction, Lehigh Valley Railroad, was located near the town of Rush. The tracks to the left was the main line. The tracks to the right was the branch to Rochester and led to what is now the Dinosaur Barbecue. Photo c.1912
Panoramic view from Rochester Business Institute. This 180 degree panoramic view (c. 1906) faces South on the left, West in the middle and North on the right. From left to right: South Avenue, Erie Canal, Lehigh Valley Railroad Terminal, Genesse River, Erie Railroad Terminal, Court Street Bridge, Kimball Tobacco Factory (current location of the Blue Cross Arena), Erie Canal Aquaduct (currently the Broad St. bridge), Main Street Bridge (which supported buildings back then).
Glen Haven Amusment Park, 1908, was located on the West shore of Irondequoit Bay, Rochester, New York. The figure eight roller coaster can be scene on the right. The park was called "Dreamland" for a period of time. After the park was abandoned in the 1920's, Seabreeze park adopted the name "Dreamland" for many years.