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The Hammondsport Depot at the southern end of Keuka Lake was once a railroad depot. It is now used by the Village of Hammondsport for its administrative offices. The Newfield Covered Bridge in Newfield, New York was built in 1853 and is the oldest covered bridge still in use in the state. The Landing in Pultneyville, New York has a restaurant and shops. The Pultneyville Yacht Club is nearby and provides access to Lake Ontario.
Hammondsport Depot Newfield Covered Bridge The Landing-Pultneyville
Catharine Marsh at the southern end of Seneca Lake is named for Catharine Montour, a local Indian chieftess. The marsh is a great place to watch birds. The Catharine Valley Trail runs through the marsh along Catharine Creek. Brockport, New York is a village on the Erie Canal. You can moor your boat here while using the facilities of the Welcome Center or checking out the local shops. The farmer's market sells fresh fruits and vegetables here on Sundays during the summer. Spencerport, New York is another port on the Erie Canal. It is a pleasant village with many interesting shops.
Catharine Marsh Brockport Spencerport
The gates of Lock 30 along the Erie Canal opens to let a boat in. The Camillus Aqueduct in the Camillus Erie Canal Park in Camillus, New York was a water-filled bridge that carried boats over Nine-Mile Creek. The aqueduct is being rebuilt and will allow kayaking and canoeing along the canal.
Erie Canal-Lock 30 Palmyra-Macedon Aqueduct Camillus Aqueduct
A kayak and canoe launch dock in Warners, New York along the old Erie Canal. The Erie Canal Park in Camillus, New York. These shops in Jordan, New York date back to the time when the Erie Canal brought business to the town. This lovely brick building is now on the National Register of Historic Places.
Old Erie Canal-Warners Erie Canal Park-Camillus Shops-Jordan
A mural of the Erie Canal on a building in Port Byron, New York. The mural is by Dawn Jordan and is titled "Summer Afternoon on the Erie Canal." A mural in Weedsport, New York by Dawn Jordan titled "Erie Canal in 1910." The Cayuga and Seneca Canal meets the Erie Canal at Lopck 25 just north of Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.
Port Byron Mural Weedsport Mural Erie Canal-Lock 25
A mural in ithaca, New York with a modern theme. A mural in Ithaca, New York with an African theme by Mary Beth Ihnken. A mural on a barn in the hamlet of Pokeville commemorating the Cortland County (New York)  Bicentennial.
Ithaca Metal Mural Ithaca Africa Mural Pokeville Barn Mural
The Fairport, New York dock along the Erie Canal. The Canalside Park along the Erie Canal in Fairport, New York. A private dock on the Erie Canal.
Fairport Dock Fairport Canalside Park Erie Canal-Sculpture on Dock
Canadice Lake in the Finger Lakes, New York Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes, New York. Cayuga Lake taken from Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York.
Canadice Lake Cayuga Lake Cayuga Lake
Cayuta Lake in the Finger Lakes, New York. Conesus Lake in the Finger Lakes, New York. Gulls sit on a dock on Conesus Lake in the Finger Lakes, New York.
Cayuta Lake Conesus Lake Conesus Lake
Gulls on Oneida Lake patrol the area so that no one is caught swimming. Private dock on Oneida Lake. Onondaga Lake in the Finger Lakes, New York.
Oneida Lake Oneida Lake Onondaga Lake
Braddock Bay on Lake Ontario near Rochester, New York. Irondequoit Bay on Lake Ontario near Rochester, New York. Otisco Lake looks serene in the rain.
Braddock Bay-Lake Ontario Irondequoit Bay- Lake Ontario Otisco Lake in the rain
Owasco Lake in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York, USA. The pier at Emerson Park at the northern end of Owasco Lake in the Finger Lakes, New York. Seneca Lake from Lodi Point in Lodi Point State Marine Park in the Finger Lakes, New York.
Owasco Lake Emerson Park Pier-Owasco Lake Seneca Lake from Lodi Point
A private dock at Glenora Point on Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York. The Seneca Lake pier in Watkins Glen, New York. The Seneca Lake Harbor in Watkins Glen, New York.
Seneca Lake from Glenora Point Seneca Lake Pier-Watkins Glen Seneca Lake Harbor
The Malabar X on Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes, New York. One of the sails of the Malabar X on Seneca Lake. Tully Lake in Onondaga County, New York.
Malabar X on Seneca Lake Sailing on Seneca Lake Tully Lake
Big Sodus Light on Lake Ontario in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. The Myers Point Lighthouse on Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes, New York. The Sodus Outer Light in a summer rain storm on Lake Ontario.
Big Sodus Light Myers Point Light Sodus Outer Light
Sterling Valley Creek in Cayuga County in the Finger Lakes, New York. Mallards rest on the rocks of main falls at Buttermilk Falls State Park near Ithaca, New York. Buttermilk Creek in Buttermilk Falls State Park in the Finger Lakes, New York.
Sterling Valley Creek Buttermilk Creek Buttermilk Creek
Buttermilk Creek in Buttermilk Falls State Park near Ithaca, New York. The Lower Falls in Robert Treman State Park near Ithaca, New York. The middle falls at Taughannock Falls State Park in the Finger Lakes, New York.
Buttermilk Creek Lower Falls-Robert Treman State Park Taughannock Falls
Excelsior Glen near Watkins Glen, New York. Glenora Falls near Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes, New York. Havana Glen near Montour Falls, New York.
Excelsior Glen Glenora Falls Havana Glen
John's Creek in Montour Falls, New York. Ludlowville Falls in the Town of Lansing, New York. A falls named Ruth's Falls on private property in the Finger Lakes, New York.
John's Creek Salmon Creek-Ludlowville Ruth's Falls
Chequaga (Shequaga) Falls in Montour Falls, New York. The lower falls in VanBuskirk Gulf in Newfield, New York. A beautiful falls on private property near Branchport, New York. You can enjoy this falls by visiting a bed and breakfast called 10,000 Delights.
Chequaga Falls VanBuskirk Gulf Vera's Falls
Dogwoods (Cornus canadensis) are understory trees that bloom in early spring in the Finger Lakes, New York. Pinkster azelea (Rhododendron nudiflorum) is a native bush that blooms in early spring in the Finger Lakes, New York. Marsh marigold (Caltha palustris) is native to swamps and creeksides in the Finger Lakes, New York.
Dogwood Pinkster Azelea Marsh Marigold
Lady's slippers (Cypripedium acaule) are an orchid native to acidic soils in the Finger Lakes, New York. Jennings Pond in Danby, New York is part of Buttermilk Falls State Park. A high point in Tioga County, New York lets you see for miles.
Lady's-slippers Jennings Pond Tioga County
The Genesee River in downtown Rochester, New York. Montour Falls, New York seen from a point above Shequaga Falls. The village of Owego, New York on the Susquehanna River as seen from Evergreen Cemetery.
Rochester Montour Falls Owego
Waverly, New York as seen from Walker Hill. Southworth Library in Dryden, New York. The Susquehanna River in Owego, New York.
Waverly Southworth Library Susquehanna River
The F.R. Newman Arboretum at the Cornell Plantations at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York on a cool, misty autumn morning. The Wayne County Courthouse in Lyons, New York. The Clyde River in Galen, New York reflects the golden color of autumn leaves.
Cornell Plantations Wayne County Courthouse Clyde River

 

Updated 24 June 2009

 

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