Follow the old river side rail road tracks, or the road to the Rocky Hill ferry, and you will find the last remains of the Connecticut Foundry Co.
Several industrial buildings stood here beside the Connecticut River from 1835 to 1881, when a huge foundry was built.
After a fire in 1918 a new foundry was built and remained until 1983. The company made a wide variety of items of cast iron, from range oil burners, piston-ring moldings and lawn mower parts to bookends and decorative plaques. Much has been torn down now, the last buildings and rails are to be demolished in 2015.
It seemed appropriate to shoot here using black and white.