Signage Visage: Honeoye Falls, J.S. Brown Bakery.

Two men stand outside the Lehigh Valley Depot in Honeoye Falls, NY,
Circa 1910.

Built in 1908, this former passenger and freight depot operated until 1938 for the Lehigh Valley Railroad. It remained as a freight agent office until the 1968 closure of the line and eventually sold to private ownership. Since then it been reused as a home, studio space, and currently Ock Hee's Art Gallery.

Present-day view would be from the Lehigh Street, click here.

Lehigh Valley Depot, Honeoye Falls, N.Y.

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