The Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum has a program in place to replace much of the glazing on its six Budd-built coaches. Here we see one of the cars with plywood replacing many of the windows that are in the process of being rebuilt. We also see the one of the new windows already installed. At over $100.00 per window for glazing alone, the museum could use your help to meet our restoration goals. Would you adopt-a-window with a secure online donation to the museum? If you’d like to learn how you can help with the installation and restoration, stop by one of our organized work sessions, we’d love to have the extra hands. These coaches were used to re-equip New York Central’s “Empire State Express” in 1941, and our goal is to restore these cars to their historic appearance, allowing our visitors to experience what train travel used to be like.