There are a few Grallator tracks (likely made by Podokesaurus), a big flat Eubrontes Giganteus (a herbivore) and one small Anomoepus Gramillis track. They are approximately 200 Million Years Old.
Here is some History on the Trackway:
The Trackway was found in 1955 by a then-17 year old who was hand digging a foundation for an addition to his parent’s home in Gill, MA, which is right n day to where the famous Orchard Quarry was locates along the Connecticut River in the eastmost portion of Gill. (There was some controversy that the addition even went over the property line!)
The Trackway was acquired by Eric Greene in 2005 from the man who had dug it in exchange for a massive amount of Herkimer Diamonds. It has since then changed hands twice to Nancy swing, and now me.
The track is 2ft 9” x 2ft 11.3”. The Grallator tracks average at 5” with the largest being 8”, not including the large partial Eubrontes Giganteus.
Tracks will be delivered with postal insurance equal to the amount paid, unless picked up locally.