This weekend, the New York Museum of Transportation commemorated the 60th anniversary of the end of the Rochester Subway Passenger Service. 
 
To celebrate, the museum provided trolley rides, subway track car demonstrations, kids games and more. 

“The subway operated for about 30 years,” said Jim Dierks, Trustee of the New York Museum of Transportation. “People enjoyed using it, it was a wonderful way to travel, come downtown where they worked and played and went to the movies, and studied at the library.”

The New York Museum of Transportation is entirely run by volunteers and is usually open only on Sundays from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.