Vendors set up at the Public Market on North Union St, Rochester, NY.
Circa 1905.

The Public Market has been in operation since 1827, making it one of the oldest continuously operating farmers' markets in the nation. It was originally located in the downtown area, extending over the Genesee River at the west end of the Main Street Bridge. It was then later relocated to the Center Market on the east side of the river, between the Andrews Street Bridge and the Sister Cities Pedestrian Bridge. In 1905, it was once again relocated to this current location off of North Union Street in the Marketview Heights Neighborhood. 

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

Public Market, Rochester, N.Y.

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