In the winter of 2012 the Dyottville annealing oven foundations and other small areas of the original factory's that resided on the water front in Kensington were exposed again for the first time from the oldest colonial section from 238 years ago to the Furnaces that Dyott had built 180 years ago. I made a personal visit to the site and had the best time a person that loves glass could ever have had. I was walking where all the great historical glass from Dyottville and Kensington I coveted in my collection was made. Being able to peer into the furnace foundations , and imagining a T W Dyott Benjamin Franklin Flask laying in there on it side slowly cooling was the high light of the day. The site has been reburied and this time for good as a storm drain and the new entrance to Interstate 95 off of Queen Street has been constructed right over top of the factory. On the photograph below you can see the Glass factory main furnace chimney and the annealing oven chimneys in 1875 on the left. On the right the foundations to these chimneys that have been exposed again. It is easy to envision theses foundations of the annealing ovens peaking through the roof tops.
Below are pictures from my Visit to the site in early February of 2012.
In the picture below you can see how small the area of the archaelogical dig was in comparison to the larger area of the factory which resides in a large private area to the right of the site.