Cave Drawings

Wall in railroad underpass, Culver Road Rochester
Wall in railroad underpass, Culver Road Rochester

Along with the “Funky Churches,” “Manly Arts” and “that’s Italian” sections the old Refrigerator website had a section with pictures of the walls in Rochester railroad underpasses. On Saturday we walked under the one on Culver Road for the first time since lived in the city. It was under here many years ago where I learned to never hold out a limp hand for a stray dog to sniff. This dog tried to swallow my hand and I shredded it as I tore it out of the dog’s mouth. Built in 1909 and fortified over the years the walls under here are still a wonder.

The photos below were taken in the early 2000’s and were formerly on the Refrigerator site.

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