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Glenora Transportation

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    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.

    mostly country roads between routes 14 and 14A
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