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There was a house that is long gone, but the foundation remains, near Jamaica Pond - in the Northeast corner (?) - there are two guys carrying some kind of poles (fishging?) and the short stone wall looks like it may have fit around there.

Very little to go on unless you recognize that house - as the poster above may have done.

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Those fishing poles may be

Those fishing poles may be surveying equipment. The tripod with the lined panel may be as well.

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No lined panel(?)

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I think those are stairs - although I think the guess about surveying equipment is likely accurate.

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the building facade and

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the building facade and stairs look like the Loring Greenough house. There is no stone wall at the street but the grading could have changed over time....

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This was taken yesterday...

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on the set of This Old, Old, Old, House. Ancient, museum-grade carriages are ideal for hauling Bob Vila's extinct elm timber and copper pipes.

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I think I got it!

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951 E. Broadway

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