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MC grade at Rochester Jct.Going uphill toward Rochester, we pass the leaning whistle post, which is also shown in this album.Robert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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MC grade at Rochester Jct.Another view of overgrown right-of-way.Robert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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MC grade in RochesterThis is a scene you won't recognize now. The MC grade going west from Elizabeth St. / Baldwin Ave. There is a huge hotel there now, with the grade obliterated. The Rochester Depot is just around the bend.Robert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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Signal mast at Rochester Jct.Same signal mast from the back - hiding in the treesRobert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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Signal mast at Rochester Jct.Not sure where at the junction this was located, but it was there somewhere!Robert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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GTW at Rochester Jct.Photo faces west with GTW tracks heading toward RochesterRobert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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Signal head at Rochester.Jct.More Junk at the JunctionRobert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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Signal head at Rochester.Jct.Signal head left where the wreckers dropped it.Robert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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Signal head at Rochester.Jct.Another old signal head lying in the weedsRobert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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MC grade at Rochester Jct.MC grade going uphill from Rochester Jct. to Rochester.Robert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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Signal mast at Rochester Jct.Daylight shines through the empty hole of the old MC SB approach signals to Rochester Jct.Robert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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Signal box at Rochester Jct.Another gutted out signal box at Rochester Jct.Robert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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Whistle postNorthbound whistle post on MC between Rochester Jct. and the depotRobert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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Signal box at Rochester Jct.Gutted out signal box on MC grade near Rochester Jct. GTW tracks in the background.Robert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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MC grade at Main St.Looking West (North) from the Paint Creek bridge, this is now the start of the Paint Creek Bike Trail.Robert BellairsMar 14, 2006
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