+pgrig Posted October 11, 2008 Share Posted October 11, 2008 (Perhaps of particular interest to Papa-Bear-NYC...) Since I had already run into a couple of 1850s stations monumented by C.O. Boutelle, I went hunting through Special Pub. 76 for others. I found an 1849 Boutelle station called Lufkins Hill (at p. 246), but the database didn't show anything, and Scaredy Cat's map was bare. An NGS query by station name came up blank, but ACME Mapper put the listed coordinates (N 42 38 16.08 W 70 44 40.87) just east of Conomo Point Rd. in S. Essex, MA, quite near what looks like a granite outcrop matching the 1849 description quite well. The station is a drill hole. Is this a station that somehow "fell out" of the network? If I go find it (that would be cool! ), what do I do then? -Paul Quote Link to comment
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