I was killing some time in south jersey last week and drove over to check out the Hancock House and Alloways Creek bridge in Salem County. When I was leaving I saw a sign for a short trail to a viewing platform close to the Delaware. When I walked out, you could tell the area was clearly used as a farm or homestead. I checked out the viewing platform and was shocked to see this ship coming up the river. It literally looked like it was sailing through the marsh. It reminded me of the "Cornfield Cruiser" when you are on the NJ turnpike. As I was leaving I saw a small trail and decided to follow it. It went to a small clearing that had a ton of flowers growing. I figured there must have been a house there at some time. Then I saw a mass of trees and went over to check it out. Upon walking around it, I noticed it was actually one tree. I took some pictures but only had my wallet to use as a size reference. Does anyone know what kind of tree this is? On the aerials you can see there was a building and farm fields there at one time. Apparently the nuke plant wants to build a new road through the area. There is a pretty extensive impact report too.