Rochester, New York
The Buffalo, Rochester &
Pittsburg began unloading coal along the Genesee River in 1889, loading
The B&O took over the BR&P in 1932, and today the Genesee Docks is mostly remembered as a B&O facility.
The steel trestle was demolished and removed in 1974, and the spur to the docks was removed.
history of Rochester Railroads" for more information on how the BR&P
and the B&O fit into the history of
Today, the site of the docks
is part of Turning Point Park, and the right of way of the main tracks
to the docks has
The remaining BR&P-B&O
tracks in Rochester are today operated by the Rochester
& Southern Railroad.
"Mouse-over" the image below to toggle between 1926 and 2007.
The 1926 map is from a Rochester
city "Plat Map", in the collection of the Rochester Library.
The 2007 Aerial photo is
Same area, looking South:
Those "Birds eye Views" are
created by a company called Pictometry,
which is based in Rochester!