Notable landmarks include (from left to right): Vincent Street Bridge, Genesee River, Bausch & Lomb Factory, and Bartholomay Brewery.

 

Signage visible: Bartholomay Brewery.

 

Postcard view of the Vincent Street Bridge,  Rochester, N.Y.

Circa 1906.

 

This Howe deck truss bridge was built in 1873 by Leighton Bridge & Iron Works of Rochester. The 920-foot long Vincent Street bridge became infamous in 1885, when 14-year old George Van Ingen fell 110 feet into the Genesee River through an exposed opening in the bridge while it was under repair. Fortunately, the he survived. The bridge was later replaced in 1930 by the current Smith Street "Bausch Memorial Bridge."

 

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

Vincent Street Bridge, Rochester, N.Y

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