As one drives through the 3rd Avenue Dip from Mangold Park side through towards Newton Park, there is a parking area to the right just after the bridge from where the Lower Guinea Fowl Trail starts. On the edge of this open space is a stone bench with plaque on it. The bench and plaque is a little "monument" to David Baillie Lovemore (1926 - 1994) who pioneered this crossing of the Baakens Valley in 1955. The road itself was built by Savage and Lovemore (a firm he co-founded) in 1957. Now there's a bit of info I bet you didn't know.