Soft-focus view from the Cobb's Hill Park Gatehouse looking West, Rochester, N.Y.
In the early 1900's, the City of Rochester began to acquire portions of Gideon Cobb's 300-acre tract with the intent to develop a public park for its citizens. The 62-acre park, designed by the Frederick Law Olmsted, includes a playground, lodge, tennis courts, Lake Riley (for ice skating) and a granite, Greek Revival gatehouse designed by architect, J. Foster Warner which sits atop of the 640 ft high hill offering a uniquely panoramic, skyline view of the city.
Present-Day View would be from, click here.
Cobb's Hill Park (looking West), Rochester, N.Y
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