'Dunstable', the Winslow Shelby Pierce II estate designed by Babb, Cook & Willard c. 1903 in Bayville. Pierce, an attorney, began his career at Dillon & Swayne and was counsel for Jay Gould during the establishment of Gould's Southwest railways. He undertook the reorganization of the Union Pacific Railway Company in 1895 which he completed in 3 years. In 1902 he created the law firm of Pierce & Greer with partner Lawrence Greer. Throughout his life he was at various times general counsel and chairman of the board of the Union Pacific, Wabash and St. Louis Southwestern Railway Companies and chairman of the board of the Western Maryland Railroad. He was also mayor of the Village of Bayville for 10 years from 1919 to 1929. In 1926 Pierce sold the estate to Harrison Williams who renamed it 'Oak Point' and hired Delano & Aldrich to design significant alterations. Pierce moved next door to a smaller house which he also named 'Dunstable' and would die there at the age of 80 in 1938. The estate was demolished in 1950. Click HERE to see where 'Dunstable' would have stood on google earth.