I got lucky with this one. I took my wife out on an "after the ice storm" picture taking road trip. I just happened to be driving through Bondsville MA and was following the river and saw some ruins. Instead of following the road to the right I took the road to the left and followed it for about a quarter of a mile. I saw the dam from the road, slammed on the brakes and jumped out. Once I was out of the truck I noticed a bridge abutment and stone pillars for a bridge that once held the tracks of the B&M (I found this out later). Relative to this pic, it stood back about 100 feet from where I was standing. Anyways, I hopped sown to where the dam is and just stood there in amazement. It was like I was looking at a christmas card. Everything looked as though it was made of glass. I took my shots and left. Later, after downloading from the camera I just sat there and stared at the pic. I thought "wow, this would make a really cool backdrop". It's compressed here and really doesn't do the pic any justice. Actually, when looking at it in the high quality mode, it almost looks fake. The added bonus: I noticed what appeared to be a road to the left of the pic. I thought that it would be neat if that were an old RR roadbed. after a little research (The Rail Lines of Southern New England by Ronald Karr) and Terra Serving I found out that it was. It the old Springfield, Athol & Northeastern ROW. This scene is begging to be modeled.