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Glenora Transportation

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    mostly country roads between routes 14 and 14A

    by davecallahan Updated Nov 11, 2008

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    Getting to Glenora without a car is a bit difficult.
    The closest train stations are AMTRAK in Rochester and Syracuse. (http://www.amtrak.com)
    The closest Greyhound bus station is in Geneva. (http://www.greyhound.com)
    The closest car rental are in Geneva and Ithaca. (http://www.hertz.com or http://www.enterprise.com)

    Once you are in the area with your own car (or rental), then getting to the sights is pretty easy. Routes 14 and 14A and Dundee-Himrod Road take you north and south while route 14A and Mud Lake Road take you west (the lake is on the east). These roads are all well-kept secondary roads that are a bit up-and-down as they wind their way. During the winter, only route 14 is permanently plowed. The others are salted or sanded often and plowed when equipment is available.

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