The Buffalo, Corning and New York railroad actually had tracks from Corning to Batavia, and graded westward, but never laid tracks. On Railroad.net, nessman says that the finished portion later became part of the Erie, with tracks as far as Tonawanda Creek before heading south to Attica, and that it wasn't finished due to bankruptcy. There's a discussion on Railroad.net under the subject What was the "Old Conhocton Roadway" (Batavia-Buffalo)? Unfinished Railroads of New York State

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