Cycling the Erie Canal Path From Albany to Buffalo ( Part 2)

July 27, 2018


The following photographs were taken on the second half of my journey on and around the Erie Canal Trail.

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Port Byron

The open road.

In Seneca Falls

Inside Woman’s Rights National Historical Park

An image of Sojourner Truth

Wesleyan Chapel where the first formal demands for woman’s right were made.

Inside Wesleyan Chapel.

From a bridge exiting Seneca Falls

Seneca Lake outside Geneva

Geneva City Hall

Stone house outside Geneva

Entering Palmyra

Palmyra

Joseph Smith and angel

Good eating!

Palmyra Village Hall

Entering Fairport

Entering Rochester

Rochester

Mount Hope Cemetary

A man.

One of the greatest men and greatest writers born on American soil.

A developed soul.

Rochester underground

Kodak Building

The High Falls

At the High Falls

Mr. Douglass and Ms. Anthony at tea.

Susan B. Anthony Museum

Blue skies.

Drawbridge over the Canal

Brockport, where Ivory soap floats

Bridge at Brockport

Downtown Brockport

“Borrow a bike – it’s free.”

Leaving Brockport

Americana

A home in Albion

Strange claim to fame.

A church in Albion

Beginnings

Albion

Albion

On the way to Medina, evening falls on the Erie Canal.

On the way.

Entering Medina

Hmmmmmm

A spooky old house in Medina

No relation

Once the Medina Opera House

Hart Hotel in Medina

Main Street

St. Mary’s Church, Medina

Entering Lockport

The “Five Flights.”

Lockport

End of the line.

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