I just got back from an aviation turned RR road trip. I went to Hammondsport to check out the Glenn Curtiss museum. Very nice. Even had some RR historical stuff in it. Several lanterns and other items from different RR's. Even had a B&H red caboose outside. On our way home, we took an unexpected route home. The back roads if you will. Not paying attention to where I was, [I wasn't driving] we suddenly passed the Cohocton RR Depot and then 100 feet further we came on the LA&L, B&H division. I just started laughing because I couldn't have planned it better. I do have pictures that I will post shortly.
So, let me ask a stupid question even though I've read various things tonight. Is this the same Cohocton depot that is "connected" to the row in Clarence via Batavia, Avon, Livonia, Wayland, Cohocton and on down to Painted Post?
Speaking of Clarence. I meant to include this above but I just forgot. That goes with a lot of things lately. Anyway, at Ransom Rd and Tillman, in my opinion, they had at least started contruction of the ROW. There is a small rise in the surface for a few hundred feet. If this were a housing development, it is unlikely they would blast out rock just to have a level road for cars. But from Ransom Rd west, it is clear that they leveled the row by 3 or 4 feet. You can clearly see this as the rock is exposed. Tillman is flat and level with small rolling surface on each side before the wetlands.