I'm not much of a rail fan, nor a subway explorer, so I won't pretend to be. The history behind the subway line is interesting, and it was something unique up there (not in NYC of course) so I put this little gallery up here for anyone interested.
Upon entering, some young kids spotted us entering the tunnel and tried to follow us into the pitch black tunnel without flashlights, they didn't get too far. The old stations and archways were cool, but it was pretty uneventful otherwise. The existing line is pretty short; I was kind of glad since it got pretty monotonous after an hour. Well, here is what's left of the Rochester Subway...