Elizabethtown Connector Trail

Pennsylvania


Autumn dusk along the bridge over Conoy Creek. Taken Oct. 2015.
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Looking south along the branch of the trail that runs west of the hockey rink (mistakenly referred to as a skate park in earlier pics).
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This historical mural can be seen on the side of a barn off the trail at Peach Alley.
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The Elizabethtown Library is located off the trail just west of Market Street.
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Crossing Market Street, which is currently the eastern terminus of the trail. The trail passes between the buildings on the right, heading toward the west side of town.
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The trail crossing of Market Street is behind the pocket park, and the segment west toward Peach Alley can be seen on the right, between the buildings. Taken Oct. 2015.
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Looking west from the downtown parking lot, with the pocket park and sidewalk that will likely become part of the trail on the left. Market Street is in the background, and the current eastern terminus of the trail can be seen between the buildings.
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This mural celebrates Elizabethtown's history. Located just east of Market Street, it will be viewed by many more people when the trail is officially extended past it next year. Taken Oct. 2015.
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The trail will likely pass the detailed mural of the town's history on the left when it is extended east in 2016. The parking lot on the left will likely become a trailhead.
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The concrete sidewalk next to the pocket park will likely become an official part of the trail in 2016. This photo was taken in Oct. 2015.
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Sign pointing the way to a public parking lot behind the pocket park east of Market Street that will likely be incorporated into the trail when it is extended in early 2016. The 'M&M' character is an homage to the M&M Mars plant in the borough.
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Although, as of late 2015, the trail does not yet extend pass Market Street, this pocket park on the east side of the street will be a great asset when it is extended next year.
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Looking west on the trail from Market Street. Taken Oct. 2015.
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Crossing Market Street in the borough's vibrant downtown. Taken Oct. 2015.
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The segment between the buildings immediately west of Market Street reminds me of the quaint, narrow alleyways that are common in Europe.
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Passing between buildings immediately west of Market Street.
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The trail retains its brick surface between Peach Alley and Market Street (Route 230).
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The concurrency with Rose Alley ends at the intersection with Peach Alley, just a block from the downtown. The Elizabethtown Library can be seen on the left.
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The brick ribbon pavement and trail lights on the side of the apartment building is a great demonstration of how greenways can enhance the communities they pass through. Taken Oct. 2015.
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This cat was hanging out in the bushes that separate the trail (and Rose Alley) from an apartment building. Taken Oct. 2015.
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Quaint, metal bench off the trail on the corner of Poplar Street and Rose Alley.
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The brick-ribbon trail shifts to the south side of Rose Alley east of the intersection with Poplar Street. The 'Do Not Enter' sign only applies to motorists.
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Unlike motor vehicle traffic, trail users are not limited to one direction on the concurrency along Rose Alley.
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After following the north side of Rose Alley for a block, the trail crosses at Poplar Street and continues along the south side.
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Another view of the on-alley concurrency through the neighborhood between Peace Ave. and the downtown.
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The trail follows this alley for about two blocks east of Peace Ave. The brick ribbon marks the official route of the trail.
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After passing south of the skate park, the one branch of the trail makes a sharp turn left on Peace Ave., forming a brief on-street concurrency. A ribbon of brick marks the route of the trail on the left side of the street.
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Looking north on the branch of the trail that passes west of the skate park, ending at a parking lot immediately to the north.
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The trail branches in two near the borough's skate park; the path on the left passes west of the facility to a parking lot off High Street, while the other goes straight to Peace Ave.
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Signs painted on this branch path that runs along the east side of the athletic fields indicate that it is strictly for walking.
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Looking west along the trail at the athletic field; the ramp and stairs east of the Conoy Creek bridge can be seen in the background. Taken Oct. 2015.
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Another scoreboard, located next to the trail at the athletic fields.
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View of the trail passing along the north side of athletic fields, with the scoreboard in the foreground. Taken Oct. 2015.
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View of the athletic fields that the trail passes east of Conoy Creek. Taken Oct. 2015.
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Good photo of the ramp, on left, and stairway descending from the east side of the Conoy Creek bridge.
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After crossing Conoy Creek, the trail runs along the north side of athletic fields. A sign warns users to watch for fly balls during baseball and softball seasons.
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This photo shows the ramp in the foreground and steps in the background, which extend from the east end of the trail bridge over Conoy Creek.
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South side of the trail bridge over Conoy Creek, as seen from the descending ramp. Taken Oct. 2015.
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Descending the ramp, which switchbacks down the slope east of the Conoy Creek Bridge. Taken Oct. 2015.
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Looking down the stairway on the eastern approach to the bridge; bicycles, wheelchairs and strollers should use the ramp seen on the right.
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East end of the bridge over Conoy Creek. This side of the bridge ends in a steep slope; a stairway descends immediately behind the bollards, while a ramp takes an abrupt turn to the right. Cyclists are strongly advised not to speed across the bridge.
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Looking south along the Conoy Creek, as seen from the trail bridge. The ramp that allows cyclists, people in wheelchairs and moms pushing strollers to safely descend the slope east of the bridge can be seen on the left.
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The banks of the Conoy Creek are wooded; here you can see the various stages of fall foliage on the trees. Taken Oct. 2015.
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Bridge over Conoy Creek.
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Passing between mini-storage facilities; be on the lookout for trucks or people crossing the trail at this point.
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These landscaped gardens outside the mini-storage facility add beauty to the trail in spring and summer; this photo was taken in Oct. 2015, when the plants were going dormant for the winter.
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The trail passes between mini-storage facilities between Brown Street and Conoy Creek. Trail users should be observant for vehicles and people moving between the two facilities, as well as the trail bollards.
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Photo of the sharp turn on the trail immediately east of Brown Street. The stairs connect the trail to Brown Street and its sidewalk.
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Heading downhill past a mini-storage facility toward Conoy Creek.
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After following Brown Street for about a block, the trail veers back to the left and heads east toward Conoy Creek and the downtown.
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The trail briefly parallels Brown Street on this sidewalk, which has been widened with an asphalt section on the east side. Taken Oct. 2015.
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The trail crosses Brown Street diagonally, then briefly parallels the street on a sidewalk before turning back east.
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Passing a business that will likely benefit from its proximity to the trail in coming years. Taken Oct. 2015.
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Looking west down the trail from the Brown Street crossing. Taken near dusk in Oct. 2015.
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Approaching Brown Street on the borough's west end.
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Looking south along the active rail line that the trail crosses near Brown Street; though lightly used, trail users should still be cautious and stop for passing trains.
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The trail crosses an active rail line near Brown Street. This is an industrial track that serves local businesses and is lightly used; it is not to be confused with the Amtrack lines a black away.
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The trail crosses this parking lot near the mill on the borough's west end.
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Passing between light industries and residential backyards between Wilson Ave. and Brown Street. Taken Oct. 2015.
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Passing behind factories on the borough's west end.
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Bollard on the trail between Wilson Ave. and Brown Street on the west end.
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Passing a garage on the borough's west end; caution is advised.
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The colors of autumn could be seen from the trail in Oct. 2015.
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Looking east from Wilson Ave; reflective posts separate the trail from an adjacent driveway.
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The trail officially begins on the east side of Wilson Ave., caddy-cornered from the train station.
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Bike rack near the western terminus at the borough's train station.
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Although the trail's official western terminus is at Wilson Ave., this tunnel under the Amtrack lines serves as a link to the Masonic Home, which has its own trail network.
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Landscaped area at the Elizabethtown Train Station near the trail's western terminus.
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The trail begins immediately across Wilson Ave. from the Amtrack train station on the borough's west end. Taken Oct. 2015.
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