Illustrated view of Padelford Station, and Residence of H. Padelford, Canandaigua, N.Y.
Circa 1876.
Artist: John T.  Young

The hamlet once known as "Padelford" was a "postal office village" established by Zachariah Padelford in 1824. Named after the woodyard that Mr. Padelford setup to supply the steam engines of the Auburn line of The New York Central Railroad company that passed through Canandaigua,  it would become a passenger station where the NYCRR and the Rochester & Eastern Rapid Railway Electric Trolley line crossed at Farmington Town Line and County Rd. 8 (known Padelford Road today).

The residence belonged to Zachariah's son, Harvey Padelford.

Present-day view is where Farmington Town Line and County Rd. 8 intersect, click here.

Padelford Station, Canandaigua, N.Y. (COLORIZED)

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