M aka D
On 1/7/2018 11:12 AM, John wrote:
It's a nationwide activity that grew out of the Railroad Revitalization
and Regulatory Reform Act of 1976. There's a provision in the law to
encourage communities to preserve disused rail corridors as public trails.
Here in the Research Triangle are of North Carolina we have the American
Tobacco Trail which used to be the railroad American Tobacco used to
bring product to their warehouses in Durham.
It's part of a larger network that will someday be the East Coast
Greenway; a bike & pedestrian path that will go from the Canadian border
at Calais, Maine all the way down to Key West?
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