Wyatt gets the credit for spotting a couple small chunks of green glass remnants from the age of telegraphy as we were traveling by car through Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Luckily there was convenient parking so we could stop and get a closer look.
The bridge was posted off limits but from the grassy bank we could get close enough to see the last two insulators left on the old four arm stand off. Probably the ubiquitous Hemingray-42 so common to my neck of the woods. Be sure to enlarge the photograph. The broken insulator on the left still has a length of copper and the tie wire attached. The water below is the Kokosing river passing just south of the downtown area.