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JRichter wrote: ↑Tue Oct 08, 2019 11:49 am According to Victor Town Historian Babette Huber, Fisherville station was located on the south side of the LV ROW west of Phillips Rd in Victor, NY. Local folks when to Mendon (west) or Victor Village (east) to catch the train. Station was moved by the railroad to Leroy (date unknown).
From the 1950-1980s, a family friend owned the property that backed up to the station site. They would pile rock, brush, etc around the old stone foundation that remained.
pumpers wrote: ↑Tue Oct 08, 2019 12:56 pm Well that makes a lot of sense.Fishers Station Drive (as it says on the road sign, not [perhaps] on Google), refers to the R&E, which crossed north to south over Main St. - nothing to do with either the NYC or LV in Fishers.
By the way, Google Maps shows a "Fischers Station Dr" https://goo.gl/maps/4DX6ijHg6tmkYZZdA
But it is not near any obvious RR lines. And the road seems quite new, or at least all the buildings around it look that way.