All that is left lying on the surface are a few shards of broken glass and small piles of bricks which are deeply established in the compacted clay soil. However, I did get lucky finding a little small brass buckle in the shape of a horseshoe, with and iron arm rusted to it. Most probably part of a woman's clothing or perhaps a bag which goes on a saddle. I don't know.
All that remains of this road and on the property are the fence posts and the beautifully crafted horse enclosure. The moss and the weathering are gorgeous.
This is a series of shots taken on the outside entrance and bridge of the old road. The Rinaldi's had a property on this road I found on a map from the 1890's of the area. The bridge was rebuilt in 1974. The tunnel of the bridge is encrusted in the clay nests of birds. They were a stunning surprise. No one was home.