The downtown districts of three Western New York villages have been nominated for addition to the State and National Registers of Historic Places.
The nominations, according to State Board for Historic Preservation, are:
• Randolph Historic District, Cattaraugus County, a 19th century lumbering community.
• Exchange Street Historic District, Attica, Wyoming County, railroad district including the 1879 depot and three railroad hotels.
• Warsaw Downtown Historic District, commercial and religious structures in the Wyoming County seat.