Recovered in good condition. Station was buried by fill during construction, but appears to be stable and undisturbed. Metal witness post was found bent over and buried several inches down, but still planted in the earth. Witness sign post has been returned to vertical position, but sign has become detached, and was left buried several inches deep, directly above the mark.
From the blinking light in Mass, south 1.12 miles south along Depot Road to the mark on the right, set in the southwest quarter of the junction with East Branch Road, 71.5 feet south of the center of East Branch Road, 24.5 feet west of the center line of Depot Road.
Station is 60.5 feet southwest and across the road from a telephone cable splicing box, 32 feet southeast of a wooden directional sign post for VFW post 4167, 6 feet east of in line with a row of utility poles to the north, 1 foot east of a metal witness post with no sign attached. Station is at a point where the fill for the road shoulder begins sloping down toward the ditch, and about 18 inches below ground level.
RL0789 Immediate Area
RL0789 Area-looking south
RL0789 Area-looking north
Mark not found, but I believe it may still be there. I did a bit of searching, pacing off approximate distances from the road centers, the only remaining references really still there and pulled out the metal detector. I immediately recovered a metal witness post that had been pushed over and covered with dirt when the ditch was worked on and filled. The 1948 description references only a wooden witness post, so the station's position in relation to the metal witness post is uncertain. Witness post was stood back up. I'll do a bit more searching at this location when I have more time to work on it.