22 North Main Street
This concrete mooring wall was constructed at the beginning of the twentieth century as part of New York State's canal widening project. Each community along the canal was provided with a port suitable for the docking of barges. Pittsford's port was most active during the 1930s and 1940s when it was used by Ted Zornow as a coaling station for canal tugboats. The Town of Pittsford created the current park during the mid-1970s.
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