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Summer 2007.  Photo by Charles B.
Barn, Dunn Road, Amherst, NY Erie County
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Summer 2007.  Photo by Charles B.
Barn's side, vines
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Summer 2007.  Photo by Charles B.
Another view
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January 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Barn or machinery barn, Tonawanda Creek Road, Niagara County, NY.  CharlesB says "This 'accordion' barn hints of some use. You can see a few objects thru the door. Close inspection showed them to be total junk."
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January 2008.  Photo by Charles B.
Another barn or machinery barn, Tonawanda Creek Road, Niagara County, NY
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January 28, 2010.  Photo by John M. H.
House located on Dumont Road, Town of Champlain.  Overlooks Lake Champlain.
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January 28, 2010.  Photo by John M. H.
Side angle.
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January 28, 2010.  Photo by John M. H.
Another side
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Fall 2008.  Photo by Charlesb.
Just west of Batavia on Route 63, Genesee County Submit a Comment

Summer 2007.  Photo by Charles B.
House, Erie County, Route 39 near Collins, NY
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Summer 2007.  Photo by Charles B.
Barn, Erie County, Route 39 near Collins, NY
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Summer 2007.  Photo by Charles B.
Barn, Erie County, Route 39 near Collins, NY
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Comments from visitors:
Jack S. writes: "Unusual framing most timber frames the bents (upright posts) were the same distance apart."

Summer 2007.  Photo by Charles B.
Buildings, (chicken coop?), Erie County, Route 39 near Collins, NY
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Comments from visitors:
Jack S. writes: "Looks like a corn crib may have been chicken coop at a later date."
On 12/27/11 Steve B. writes "That is a corn crib. Normally, a smallish building with the bottom smaller than the top, with slots between vertical slats, is a corn crib. Used for winter storage of corn, they were designed to help keep mice and other critters from getting at the corn. Usually they are near the house of the farm. They come in all sizes. At one time, every farm had one but they are falling fast."

Summer 2007.  Photo by Charles B.
Collapsing barn, Erie County, Route 39 near Collins, NY
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Summer 2007.  Photo by Charles B.
Another angle of collapsing barn
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February 1, 2010.  Photo by John M. H.
Building is located next to the train depot in Rouses Point, NY. It was just vacated by the railroad and Department of Home Land Security late last year. It is scheduled to be torn down in the near future.
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Comments from visitors:
 CharlesB writes "I am a former Rouses Pointer. I didn't know for sure if this old building was going to be demolished. I think there is a smaller building in back of it (or it might be this very building), where the few AmTrack riders get on or off. The building for the potential train riders is depressing and doesn't do the old home town any public relations good. The Village Board is still keeping the $ 750,000 dollar grant to restore the depot in the piggybank. I was told this summer that the rate-limiting step is acquiring properly-trained renovators. I am beginning to doubt that. What would you call the little architectural gems on the depot (Victorian, Gothic, Old World or some blend)? This is where the properly-trained renovator shortage is impacting (I am told). I imagine they will fix the parking area, too. It has more holes and dips in it than a GM proving ground!"



February 1, 2010.  Photo by John M. H.
Another angle.
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This building is located next to the train depot that is on page 37.

February 1, 2010.  Photo by John M. H.
Building is located just south of the Champlain border crossing. It sits between the West Service Road and I-87.
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