Once upon a time, Westport was awash in New England scenes like this:
This Post Road East fruit and vegetable stand was known as Rippe’s.
Much of the produce came from a farm on North Avenue. It’s been plowed under; today it’s the site of Greystone Farm Road, a completely made-up name. But hey, some of the homes have vague silo-looking parts on them.
As for Rippe’s stand and cider mill, pictured above: It was replaced a few decades ago by some of Westport’s first condominiums.
At least the name pays homage to its past. You know: Harvest Commons.