Notable landmarks include (from left to right): Locke Insulator Manufacturing Company (Victor Insulators), First Presbyterian Church,  Victor United Methodist Church, 

Signage visible: Railroad Crossing

Photographic view of Maple Street towards Main Street, starting at the New York Central R.R. crossing, Victor, N.Y.
Circa 1910.

 

 

Known as “The Father of Porcelain Insulators," Fred M. Locke started the "Locke Insulator Manufacturing Company," in1898, manufacturing a variety of porceline insulators at his factory on Maple Ave in Victor, NY. The factory was considered the "Kodak of Victor," for being the largest employer in town.

Today, the business goes by "Victor Insulators."

 

Present-day view would be from the old Erie Railroad Passenger Station, click here.

Main Street, Victor, N.Y.

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