RECENT PHOTOS (TAKEN BY OUR VIEWERS)
I think the title speaks for itself! Recent photos depicting Hornell, it's buildings, it's people, and surrounding area is the goal of this page. Your participation will determine our success in accomplishing this goal. Get your cameras out!
|St. Ann's School Courtesy of Vince Claude||St. Ann's School Courtesy of Vince Claude|
|Depot Center Courtesy of Vince Claude||Depot Center Courtesy of Vince Claude||What's left of Union Park Courtesy of Vince Claude||What's left of Union Park Courtesy of Vince Claude|
|Main & Seneca Courtesy of Vince Claude||City Hall, Main & Seneca Courtesy of Vince Claude|
|FootBridge ending at Ransom & Washington Streets (see note)||FootBridge ending at Ransom & Washington Streets (see note)|
|Sunset Inn - Not fancy, but great spaghetti!||Sunset Inn - Sunday was "family day"!|
|Once the historical "Big Elms" restaurant on Seneca St. Now the "Italian Villa"!||12-11-03 between Hill & Buffalo Streets behind Police Station. Waited about 3 or 4 min.|
Note: Here is a trivia question . . . "what was the importance of this footbridge to many Hornell High students of the '60s and preceding years". And don't say "to walk across"!
One viewer wrote and said "That bridge was important because back in the good old days, when kids used to actually walk to school, the ones living on the North side of the bridge would have had to walk about three times further to get to the high school (now the middle school).That bridge was much appreciated on bad weather days
Our reply: Obviously a valid reason but not the one we were looking for. The bridge was heavily used by students coming to school from all directions. Hint: Gym class!
Our reply: Obviously an answer from somebody who was there and, like us, wishes he was back!