This is a small chamber-like structure near a road in Danbury. When I found this place (October 2009) the structure had water running through it and into a modern culvert under the road. Behind the berm that the structure is built into, there is a … Continue readingDanbury NH tunnel
A partially buried small root cellar with an unusual vaulted fieldstone ceiling. It is near a road intersection and homes. James Gage of www.stonestructures.org writes, “I can legitimately state that the structure is a root cellar rather than chamber. If the entry into the structure … Continue readingEast Brookfield MA chamber
The “Bara-Hack” settlement in Pomfret CT was started around 1780 and abandoned by around 1890. Surviving stonework at the site includes well-preserved cellar holes, walls and other interesting features. The site is now private property. Photos taken with permission November 2007 and May 2008.
A chamber built into a wall and hillside in Norton MA. The landowner says his family has owned this property for hundreds of years and that the chamber and associated stonework were there before colonial times.