Summer 2008. Photo by CharlesB. Another side CharlesB writes that
"There are now big openings to the outside in all three sections. Stuff has been
thrown out into the snow." Also, updated pictures from CharlesB, taken
Comments from visitors:
On 7/21/2021 Sally Kolkmeyer writes: "I always commented that I would love to move that building to my house. Loved the roof line. Couple years ago a Tom Hortins went up. Still hope someone moved it…"
06/15/12 Jesse Bieber, Town of Royalton Historian writes "Just an FYI.
Belva Lockwood was not born here. She was born on Griswold Street in the Town of
Royalton. She also never lived at these ruins as far as anyone knows. Her
husband, Uriah McNall, owned and operated a sawmill that was very close to these
ruins. He died from the result of an accident at the sawmill. Belva ran the
sawmill for a few years until she sold it. Belva and her husband probably lived
with his father on the Chestnut Ridge Road. "