This is the view that will always come to my mind when I think of New Era. New Era Road, looking west, reveals the hip-roof tenant houses that most characterize the agricultural history of the place. I presume there were more here at one time, but they’ve been lost to time. These will probably be gone before long.
The houses were very basic. One of the surviving pair has a pyramidal roof and the other a hip roof.
Chinaberry seedlings stand guard, likely descendants of a larger tree that once provided valuable shade.