Current Trains Magazine issue has article on roundhouses and on their web site, they have a list of all still standing broken down by state. I noticed that some in NY State were missing including the BR&P one in Rochester.
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scottychaos wrote:DL&W - East Binghamton (Conklin) yard, pit and bridge intact. abandoned.IIRC, that last remaining stall of the Erie roundhouse in Elmira was torn down a year or two ago.
Erie RR - Elmira - 1 stall standing, (doesnt really count as an intact roundhouse IMO.)
nydepot wrote:got it thanks! I never noticed that coordinates were in the link...
Find the "&ll" part and the lat/lon are right after it. From above: 42.828285,-78.807678
You can pass these around, paste them into Google maps later on, Google Earth, your favorite mapping program, etc.
Paul W. Brasky wrote:I saw your post and wonder if you know there was a 3 bayPaul,
(?) roundhouse in Kingston at the far end of Kingston's North Yard? It was
demolished sometime after 1978, but the turntable pit is still partially visible
from Rte. 9W or from the passing track on what is now CSX's River Sub. It is
between MP's 89 and 90. I have a few slides of it in case you want to take a
scottychaos wrote:NYC (Westshore) - Genesee Junction, (Rochester) turntable only, never was a roundhouse.Scot -