Notable landmarks include (from left to right): W.S. Kimball Tobacco Factory (current site of the Blue Cross Arena (War Memorial), Old City Hall (Irving Place) and the Erie Canal Aqueduct (now Broad Street).

 

Signage visible: "Use Electric Motors," The Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Company, Burke & White Bookbinders, E.R. Andrews Printing Company, Macauley-Fien Milling Company, "Pride of Dakota", "Get A Gas Range".

Canal Boats make their way into Downtown Rochester, NY via the Erie Canal Aqueduct.

Circa 1904.

 

The second Erie Canal Aqueduct was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 29, 1976.

 

Present-day view would be from South Ave (now Rundel Memorial Library at the corner of Broad Street), click here.
 

Canal Boats going over (the Erie Canal) Aqueduct, Rochester, N.Y.

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