|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
Each grave was marked with a piece of white gray marble stone reclaimed from the wrecked power plant switchboard.
Eight of these pieces, about the size of a pillow, were gathered up and the name and date they were killed were carved into the pieces of marble and placed at the head of each grave.
Each year the Power Company men dress up the cemetery and it is kept clean of brush and other growth of weeds and the steel fence is given a fresh coat of paint.
To get to the cemetery, take the Powerhouse Road (it's a dirt road) coming from Bridgeport going south it's a right turn about a quarter mile before the Lundy Lake turn, you'll go by the old powerhouse ruins, you'll go past the powerhouse and then you'll see a street sign Cemetery Road, follow it around and you'll see the cemetery on the hill.
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