Here's some pics of what we believe to be an old well that was dug and hand lined with field stone some time ago. It's a free standing structure on the shore of Milford Lake. It was probably dug before the river was dammed and flooded the area. We were scouting this area in the Toon on the way back to Wakefield, we planned on shore fishing there tomorrow due to the weather forecast, heavy winds. It's hard to believe this thing has survived the storms that have moved thru this area in past years, to include the flooding in 93. No telling how much deeper this goes as the old river channel is quite a ways from the current shore line. It's probably 18/20 feet high, and 6/8 feet in diameter. Really a unique looking structure. Here's some pics I took, I'll take some more from above it tomorrow when we get there. The black line to the right of the structure look like old water lines that were probably attached to the pump. We plan on looking to see if there may be signs of a windmill in the area. There doesn't appear to be any dirt behind it, except near the bottom where some of the bank has collapsed.