Autumn Rails Fourth Iron Trestle, Crawford Notch, NH
Leading off into the distance, the rails of the Conway Scenic Railroad pass over the Fourth Iron bridge. The foliage behind the upright structure of the trestle is a brilliant explosion of autumn color.
A giant lathe and outbuilding stand deep in the woods surrounding the old Redstone Granite Quarry site in Conway, New Hampshire. A large drive pulley dominates the foreground, with the enormous granite turning lathe and what's left of the old building housing it are in the background. The building appears to be in its last days.
The large granite turning lathe at the site of the long abandoned Redstone Quarry in Conway, NH. The lathe machinery covered in a beautiful orange-red rust, while in the background the lathe building is weathered grey wood, looking like it might collapse at any moment.
The turning shed at the abandoned Redstone Granite Quarry in the village of Redstone, North Conway, NH. The weathered wooden structure, open at the top in order to lower large granite blocks into the lathe, surrounds the immense lathe used to turn the pink and green granite blocks into smooth columns.
The rusted remains of an antique vehicle found in the woods. Laying half covered with brown fallen leaves, all that remains is the frame, firewall, and the engine block. The steering shaft still sticks up through what used to be the floor, the steering wheel spokes and rim are long gone.
Found deep in the woods, the remains of an old horse drawn manure spreader sits among the trees growing up around, over, and through it. The large, spoked steel rear wheels, frame, spreading auger, and the front wheels, as well as what is left of the wood siding and floor, is slowly being reclaimed by the forest.