Structures: Below are newly-converted pictures of various structures we've ridden by from past to present. First are some row houses in PA. Below is an old mansion in Monson, MA, whose signage says it's a savings bank and restaurant. The addition is an abomination that spoils the original architecture. It looks like the kind of thing an undertaker would do to some old mansion. Below is a tower in Worcester that a man built for his friend, George Bancroft, who, as Secretary of The Navy, established the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, MD. Now heavily overgrown, below is the best picture I got of some old mill ruins. Below is an interesting old house in Brookfield, MA, that has since been spruced up - a little. More to follow at some future point. Now, I need to go riding.