Yesterday’s “Friday Flashback” — a 1914 postcard showing a gazebo on a rocky outcropping somewhere in Westport — unleashed a torrent of guesses about the site.
Several readers were sure it’s still standing. They say it’s at 29 East Ferry Lane — very visible to rowers, kayakers and boaters on the Saugatuck River.
Others are not so sure. They think it’s unlikely a rickety structure would survive 103 years of New England weather. They wonder whether the shape is the same.
Here’s the old image:
And a new one, taken from a different angle by Wendy Crowther:
Here’s another angle, taken by Marcella Lozyniak. She’s pretty certain it is not the gazebo in the postcard.
And this from Mary Gai:
You be the judge. Click “Comments” below.