Notable landmarks include (from left to right): The Village Hall (now Mayor's Office) and the East Street bridge. 

Signage Visible: Sure Shot Tobacco.

Village Hall, Honeoye Falls, NY.

In 1874, the first Village Hall was constructed, only to burn down in “The Great Fire of 1885." The following year, it was replaced with the Romanesque Revival style building (still standing) which  not only contained the village offices, but also housed a fire department and an auditorium for dances, vaudeville plays, and movies.


Present-day view would be from the Four Corners, click here.

Village Hall, Honeoye Falls, N.Y.

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