Gilman Road/Gilman-Gaffney Cemetery

The featured image is of a completely snapped at the joints grave monument. Rather than offer the standard cemetery “pose”, if you will, I thought I’d give you a photo of a totally broken grave monument Google does not recognize this cemetery. That’s a pity. I hadn’t tried to use Google Maps because a friendContinue reading “Gilman Road/Gilman-Gaffney Cemetery”

Calkins or McDonough Cemetery

Calkins Cemetery, aka McDonough Cemetery, holds 103 graves. It was first used in 1808. The cemetery is directly on Route 116 and is not labeled. The fence is a combination of wood and barbed wire. You must use the alternative cemetery’s name, if you plan to use Google Maps. Plus, ignore the Tyler Bridge RoadContinue reading “Calkins or McDonough Cemetery”

Abandoned Barns in Vermont

I have driven by these buildings for some time now. Still know nothing about them beyond their location. I do wonder why the land behind them is mowed and these structures are left alone. That said, there does appear to be newer metal doors on the front of the place on the far left. AContinue reading “Abandoned Barns in Vermont”

Tracy/McEuen Cemetery

The Tracy or McEuen Cemetery was first used in 1801, although the oldest grave dates back to 1794. The cemetery has 120 graves. It is terraced and too many gravestones have fallen, broken or are leaning precariously. The cemetery is located on the East side of Route 116. It is easiest to park on theContinue reading “Tracy/McEuen Cemetery”

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