Auburn Trail

New York


Sculpture of front of train, this one in Fishers, there is another one at east end of trail in Auburn.
Uploaded: 6/1/2016
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Work put into these must be extensive, and it shows they are beautiful!
Uploaded: 6/1/2016
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Uploaded: 5/26/2015
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May 7, 2015 - The Auburn Trail at Mertensia Park in Farmington, NY. There is a wood path that goes off of the Auburn Trail down to the creek. The place was full of these blue bells, also called Mertensia. Best time to find blue bells is in early May.
Uploaded: 5/8/2015
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Pictures taken in Victor, NY on May 5, 2015. We saw both red and white Trillium, all kinds of birds, chipmunks and a small weasel. Note: Some species of trillium are listed as threatened or endangered. In some places it may be illegal to pick them.
Uploaded: 5/6/2015
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This section was recently completed in 2014. Look for mile markers and information signs along the trail.
Uploaded: 9/21/2014
Lat: 43.01219 Long: -77.46872
Victor Hiking Trails has commissioned Emily Waldman to paint a typical 1880's steam locomotive, coal tender, passenger car and caboose on the Thruway underpass.
Uploaded: 9/21/2014
Lat: 43.01441 Long: -77.47020
Someone doing some new artwork, probably to cover up graffiti also, but looks really good.
Uploaded: 7/23/2014
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Could be recently built or replaced an old one, near Fishers.
Uploaded: 7/23/2014
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This a small bridge(not for bikes) off the trail going toward Pittsford, and cool artwork.
Uploaded: 5/24/2014
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Uploaded: 6/25/2012
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Uploaded: 6/25/2012
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Uploaded: 6/25/2012
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Uploaded: 6/25/2012
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Uploaded: 6/25/2012
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