These two aerial photos show the location I'm discussing on this page. The 1954 photo on the left clearly shows Union Turnpike on the bottom of the photo with the Motor Parkway going east and west north of it in the wooded area. Francis Lewis Blvd. is on the left. The ball fields were not there yet (where the buildings are in the aerial) , but the photo from 2006 shows the same area and where the ball fields are today. When the Clearview Expressway (I-295) was built, the Motor Parkway came to a dead end on its eastern side. Later, the greenway, sitting atop of the original Motor Parkway, was diverted north and went under the Expressway leading to the ball fields mentioned above. The greenway continues around the ball fields but at this point was not on the parkway roadway. But, picturing the Motor Parkway, pre-Clearview Expressway (and by comparing the two aerial photos), you can easily determine where it would have gone through in the wooded area. And, as soon as I began hunting, more posts than I could have imagined were there. Literally, probably a hundred or so, lining the route of what was then the Motor Parkway.