thebigham wrote:Tracks south of the Jewett Holmwood crossing:
But seriously ... Can somebody tell me where the tracks currently end? From peering at the Google aerial photos, it looks like the tracks currently end just north of the Jewett Holmwood "crossing", and the rails thebigham photographed on the south have been pulled. It also looks like the rails remain at the OP station and whatever is the associated building (freight?) to the northwest. Does it have a string of two boxcars and a caboose on rails?
FYI, the Bing bird's eye photo from the west shows a plywood car sitting on the siding at 84 Lumber, with a copyright date of 2012. It agrees with Google overhead photos that the tracks end just north of Jewett Holmwood. The Google streetview photos, however, show the crossing and tracks still present there and at other crossings to the south.
Best I can tell on the south end, the tracks stop at the junction with the siding which serves the Western New York Nuclear Service Center, said junction also bearing the name Riceville Station.