I have several photos of a Rose Hill two room school class outing at Geneva Lake State Park. These photos were taken during the late 1920s or early 1930s. In the back ground of several photos is the bridge of the LV mainline over the Seneca Canal. To the left of the bridge is a water tank, then the interlocking tower of the junction and finally the signal bridge over the tracks. The background structures are small but clear. The tank appears to be about half way between the bridge and the interlocking tower. Does anyone have any info on this tank, did it serve the main line, the Ithaca branch or both; what side of the tracks was it on; when was it removed; are there any footers remaining?