New York 35
(Buffalo to Ontario, 1930-Early 1940s)

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Reassigned: Early 1940s
Western Terminus: NY 354, Buffalo
Eastern Terminus: US 104, Ontario
Length: 95.90 miles (154.40 km)
Orientation: East-West
Counties: Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Wayne
Cities: Buffalo, Rochester
Villages: Depew, Lancaster, Alden, Scottsville

Cheektowaga, Lancaster, Alden, Darien, Alexander, Bethany, Pavilion, York, Caledonia, Wheatland, Chili, Brighton, Penfield, Walworth, Ontario

Broadway, Telephone Rd., W. River Rd., Rochester St., Scottsville Rd., Genesee St., Plymouth Ave., Ford St., Exchange St., University Ave., Atlantic Ave., Browncroft Blvd., Ontario Center Rd.

The original NY 35 designation was a holdover from the 1924-30 system and was assigned in western New York beginning with entirety of the NY 130 alignment from Buffalo to Depew, then east along present day US 20 from Depew to Avon. With the inception of the modern route system in 1930, NY 35 was extended north from Avon via W. River Rd. (Livingston CR 84, Reference Route 940H, and NY 251) to Scottsville, present day NY 383 to Rochester, present day NY 286 to Walworth, and present day NY 350 to Ontario ending at NY 3 (later US 104). In 1938, NY 35's western end was truncated and realigned to begin in Mumford following NY 383's current alignment to Scottsville and following the previously mentioned alignment to Ontario.

In the early 1940s, the NY 35 designation moved to its current alignment in Westchester County.

1935 Sunoco Rand McNally New York state map showing the original (pre-1938) western end of NY 35 in the Buffalo area.

1935 Sunoco Rand McNally New York state map showing the original (pre-1938) NY 35's alignment along what is now US 20.

1940 Sinclair Rand McNally New York state map showing NY 35's late 1930s/early 1940s alignment in the Rochester area

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Wikipedia: New York 35

(Early 1940s-Present)

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