Enola Low Grade Trail

Pennsylvania


Uploaded: 11/12/2016
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A beautiful view just minutes before storms rolled through. I got soaked, and my recumbent trike was covered in sand! But it was worth it! :)
Uploaded: 6/23/2016
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This section seems more suitable for walking only
Uploaded: 6/14/2016
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Safe Harbor hydroelectric plant along Susquehanna River
Uploaded: 6/14/2016
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Uploaded: 4/16/2016
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Looking northwest over the Susquehanna River at dusk, within a mile of the parking area on the Manor Township section of the Enola Low Grade Trail.
Uploaded: 4/16/2016
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Uploaded: 4/16/2016
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Beautiful new Marticville Bridge!
Uploaded: 11/5/2015
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John started riding at age 70 and at 72 hit 10,000 miles, most of the miles were done on the Providence section of the Enola trail---way to go John!
Uploaded: 9/20/2015
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End of five mile stretch of the trail.Start below turkey hill dairy and the trail ends at safe harbor dam.Very easy ride not A whole lot of shade but A fun ride.
Uploaded: 8/28/2015
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Posted at most of the kiosks along the trail, these new maps show which sections have been improved and which remain 'wild.' They also show the Martic Forge Viaduct as completed, while the Safe Harbor Trestle and crossing over Route 222 remain closed.
Uploaded: 8/16/2015
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Sign on the newly restored Martic Forge Trestle indicating that DCNR's Keystone Grants helped finance the project. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/15/2015
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New at-grade trail crossing on Oak Bottom Road, on the northwest end of Quarryville. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/15/2015
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Newly stenciled sign on Oak Bottom Road alerting motorists of the new trail crossing. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/15/2015
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Bridge over Lime Street on the north side of Quarryville. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/15/2015
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Looking south into Quarryville from the Lime Street bridge. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/15/2015
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Looking north from the bridge over Lime Street in Quarryville.
Uploaded: 8/15/2015
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Passing through Quarryville's north end on a hot, sunny midsummer day. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/15/2015
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Trees seen against a midsummer sky. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/15/2015
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The bridge over Church Street in Quarryville was rehabilitated last year. Taken July 2014.
Uploaded: 8/15/2015
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Sign warns trail users about the approaching intersection with Oak Bottom Road. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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Ascending to the main grade of the old railroad east of Oak Bottom Road in Quarryville. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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New, improved trail crossing and access at Oak Bottom Road on Quarryville's northwest end. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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Residents in Quarryville's northwest neighborhoods now have much easier access to the eastern section of the trail, thanks to the grading and paving of the Oak Bottom Road crossing. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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In addition to the restored Martic Forge Trestle and further development of the Fairview Road trailhead, the grading and paving of the approaches to Oak Bottom Road were among the many improvements to the trail in 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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Clouds passing over the Solanco hills, as seen from the newly opened Martic Forge Trestle; taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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Pequea Creek; as seen from the north side of the Martic Forge Trestle. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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Looking west of the Martic Forge Trestle, towards Conestoga Twp. and the Susquehanna River. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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Another view south from the Martic Forge Trestle; the Route 324 bridge over the Pequea Creek can be seen in the distance. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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Looking south from the Martic Forge Trestle; the Pequea Creek meanders toward the Susquehanna. The Conestoga Trail, a hiking path that bisects Lancaster County from north to south, also passes under the viaduct.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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The Martic Forge Trestle's new, wooden decking features a raised middle section, possibly intended for observing the surrounding countryside. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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One of the steel supports on the Martic Forge Trestle, seen behind the newly installed wooden railing. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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View south from the Martic Forge Trestle; taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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Another view of River Road from high up on the Martic Forge Trestle.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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This old Jersey Barrier used to block the approach to the Martic Forge Trestle prior to its refurbishment. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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Looking out over the treetops from the Martic Forge Trestle.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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Summertime skies over Solanco. Taken from the newly opened Martic Forge Trestle in July 2015.
Uploaded: 8/1/2015
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Looking down at River Road, far below the Martic Forge Trestle.
Uploaded: 7/31/2015
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Breathtaking views of the forests of Solanco can be seen from the newly refurbished trestle. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 7/31/2015
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Old railroad ties, still stacked on the west end of the trestle. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 7/31/2015
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The ribbon-cutting ceremony has not yet taken place, but the Martic Forge Trestle is open for use now. This is a major milestone in the development of this trail. Taken July 2015.
Uploaded: 7/30/2015
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Corporal Kim Geyer Manor Twp Police patrolling Enola Low Grade Trail in Manor Twp Lancaster Co PA
Uploaded: 7/23/2015
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Uploaded: 7/20/2015
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On Fence @ Safe Harbor Dam
Uploaded: 6/15/2015
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Providence added trees to their parking lot ~ the diamond is about to shine!
Uploaded: 5/23/2015
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Providence is buffing their share of the diamond!
Uploaded: 5/23/2015
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Hey I'll be right down ~ save some of that green grass!
Uploaded: 5/23/2015
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The grass is greener on the Rail Trail!
Uploaded: 5/23/2015
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Uploaded: 5/11/2015
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Providence Township -- looking for turtles but they were all sleeping!
Uploaded: 5/3/2015
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Finally some color to the trail!!
Uploaded: 4/30/2015
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Open Day 2015 32 feels like 28 and Providence Township Trail Keepers are out working!
Uploaded: 3/28/2015
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Last year we had rain -- this year we had an improvement ----SNOW! Providence Township
Uploaded: 3/28/2015
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Uploaded: 3/20/2015
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Great Winter in Pennsylvania ~ enjoyed the snow packed Providence side of the Enola trail.
Uploaded: 3/18/2015
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Snow get out there! Snow just means one more way to enjoy the trail!
Uploaded: 3/18/2015
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Fisherman Run!!
Uploaded: 3/16/2015
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Mann's Run
Uploaded: 12/27/2014
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New trailhead parking area recently opened.
Uploaded: 11/11/2014
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Uploaded: 11/9/2014
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Enjoying cool Fall day ~
Uploaded: 10/21/2014
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Would love to see Atglen and the northern municipalities step up to the opportunity to make this trail a recreational spot there.
Uploaded: 10/5/2014
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View of the new trail bridge over Sigman Road. No more steep grades here! Taken Sept. 2014.
Uploaded: 9/17/2014
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Couple enjoying the new, smooth surface and bridge over Sigman Road that were recently constructed on Providence Twp.'s segment of the trail.
Uploaded: 9/17/2014
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Restored mile-marker situated immediately east of the new bridge across Sigman Road.
Uploaded: 9/17/2014
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View south from the newly built trail bridge that spans Sigman Road. The vehicles below are in a small parking area at a trailhead. Taken Sept. 2014.
Uploaded: 9/17/2014
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Looking north along Sigman Road from atop the new trail bridge. Taken Sept. 2014.
Uploaded: 9/17/2014
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The newly opened trail bridge across Sigman Road in Providence Twp. eliminates one of the steep at-grade crossings that resulted from the removal of several RR bridges. It is also one of the first of many improvements scheduled for the trail.
Uploaded: 9/17/2014
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Couple cycling across the new bridge over Sigman Road. Taken September 2014.
Uploaded: 9/17/2014
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Flying low on the Providence side of the trail!
Uploaded: 9/9/2014
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This guy rode the stones -- his cry was -- 'Suck it up Buttercup' --- but now he kind of likes the smooth surface!
Uploaded: 9/9/2014
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Uploaded: 8/16/2014
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Uploaded: 7/12/2014
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The observation decks along the trail are nice to get some great pictures of the trail and susquehanna river.
Uploaded: 4/22/2014
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waterfalls along the trail, high rock walls and the susquehanna river for 5 miles makes this trail one of my favorites.
Uploaded: 4/22/2014
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Small footpath from the the rail trail takes you up to the top of the falls. Om this picture you can see the rail trail at the bottom of the falls.
Uploaded: 4/22/2014
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Several waterfall areas along the the trail.
Uploaded: 4/22/2014
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Beautiful day on the Enola low grade trail.
Uploaded: 4/12/2014
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Hiking on the Conestoga Township side of the trail. A little rain but a very nice hike!
Uploaded: 3/29/2014
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Snow - Ice- Wind Play- Run - Fun Providence side of the Enola trail--it's great any time of the year!
Uploaded: 1/5/2014
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Providence side of Enola trail.
Uploaded: 1/5/2014
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The big red caboose stands all alone on the rail trail, the day after 5' of snow fell in Manor Township.
Uploaded: 12/11/2013
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The fresh December snow on the rail trail provides an entirely different scene, a winter wonderland.
Uploaded: 12/10/2013
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The fall leaves frame the trail, in the background is the Susquehanna River and the hills of York County.
Uploaded: 11/5/2013
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It's a Beautiful Morning on the Manor Township section of the Enola Low Grade Rail Trail. Peek colors!
Uploaded: 11/4/2013
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The Vinson Family taking a moment to enjoy the fantastic view looking down on the Safe Harbor Dam. This is one of 4 viewing platforms installed on the Manor Township section of the Low Grade Rail Trail.
Uploaded: 10/23/2013
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The Caboose weighting 25 tons was lowered on the wheels carefully guided by Phil and John.
Uploaded: 10/23/2013
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A view from the Low Grade Trail overlooking the Susquehanna River and the Norfolk Southern Port Line.
Uploaded: 10/23/2013
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A typical Sunday afternoon on the Manor Township Section of the Enola Low Grade Trail
Uploaded: 10/21/2013
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Uploaded: 9/22/2013
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Uploaded: 9/22/2013
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Uploaded: 9/22/2013
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Looking northwest on the Manor Township section of the trail, near the picnic pavilion halfway between the trailhead and trestle.
Uploaded: 8/29/2013
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Stream in the woods near the picnic pavilion on the halfway point of the Manor Township section of the trail.
Uploaded: 8/29/2013
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Another flume that carries a stream (Fishermans' Run this time) over the Norfolk Southern tracks before dropping to the river.
Uploaded: 8/29/2013
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Rounding another bend in Manor Township. Taken August 2013.
Uploaded: 8/29/2013
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Looking upstream near the halfway point on the Manor Township section of the trail.
Uploaded: 8/29/2013
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Late afternoon sun sparkling off the waters of the Susquehanna River. Taken August 2013.
Uploaded: 8/29/2013
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Mini-pavilion and chemical toilet at the halfway point on the Manor Township section of the trail.
Uploaded: 8/29/2013
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Lush forests can be found east of the Manor Township section of the trail near the halfway point.
Uploaded: 8/29/2013
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Approaching the chemical toilet and mini-pavilion at the halfway point on the Manor Township section of the trail.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Another view of the sheer cliffs along the Manor Township section of the trail; a rock climber's dream!
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Towering cliffs above the trail. It's amazing to think most of this was blasted out a little over a century ago when the rail line was built.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Cyclist headed north near Manns Run.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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One of the original RR mile markers, not to be confused with the new ones installed by Manor Township.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Another view of the river, seen through trees south of Manns Run.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Side view of the Manns Run flume.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Picturesque view of Manns Run. Taken August 2013.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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After passing under the trail, Manns Run crosses over the Norfolk Southern freight line in this flume, before dropping straight into the river.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Bridge over Manns Run. Taken August 2013.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Approaching the bridge over Manns Run, the first of 3 small streams that the Manor Township section of the trail crosses.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Heading southeast towards Safe Harbor.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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In addition to restoring the original mileposts from the railroad days, as Providence and Eden townships have also done further east, Manor Township has erected their own markers, too.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Boaters and jet skiers are a common site on the Susquehanna River in the summer months. Taken August 2013.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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This photo shows the grade separation between the active Norfolk Southern RR line and the trail. Imagine what this looked like before the upper rail line was removed, when two trains may have gone by at the same time.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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View southwest, toward the York County hills.
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Looking across the river toward Long Level, which can be seen on the other side.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Looking northwest along the river toward Columbia.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Straight, level trail.
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Another view of the old railroad shack. Taken August 2013.
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This small shack is a relic from the line's railroad days.
Uploaded: 8/28/2013
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Another view of active Norfolk Southern rail line and the river beyond.
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Morning visitors enjoy the Manor Township section. Viewing the Susquehanna from the handicap ramp. August 27, 2013
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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Another view of the heavily used Norfolk Southern freight line that closely parallels the Manor and Conestoga sections of the trails, making this a 'rail with trail.'
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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Susquehanna River with the tracks to the active Norfolk Southern rail line in the foreground. If you're lucky, a freight train may come rumbling by.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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Another great view of the river. The poles in the foreground once supported a catenary line that ran along the active Norfolk Southern rail line, which runs below the trail.
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Another awesome, panoramic view of the Susquehanna River, taken just south of the Manor Township trailhead.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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Cyclist checking out the caboose on the Manor Township segment of the trail.
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Looking north toward the Manor Township trailhead from the caboose. Taken on a hot, late summer day in August 2013.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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This sign explains the history of the caboose on display along the Manor Township segment of the trail. Taken August 2013.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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This restored caboose, located just south of the Manor Township trailhead, is a tribute to the line's railroad heritage.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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One of many spectacular views of the Susquehanna River, which is visible from the Manor and Conestoga Twp. sections of the trail.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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Another view of one of the wind turbines atop Turkey Hill. These are one of two power-generating facilities visible from the trail, the other being Safe Harbor Dam.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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These benches are a nice amenity on the Manor Township segment. Along with Providence Twp.'s unique stone benches,this is the only segment thus far that gives users a chance to sit and relax.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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A second kiosk at the trailhead for the Manor Township segment is thus far blank. Since it resembles the kiosks that have been posted at trailheads further east, a sign showing a map and interpreting the history of the line will be added here.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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Another sign on the kiosk that greets users at the start of the Manor Township portion near Creswell.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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Kiosk displaying the Manor Township portion of the trail (sorry about the reflection, it couldn't be helped).
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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A clearer picture of the wind turbines atop Turkey Hill. If you listen closely, you can hear a 'whoosh' when they turn. Taken August 2013.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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Interesting trail art at the trailhead to the newly opened Manor Township segment. Look closely, and you can see the letters are comprised of old railroad spikes. Taken August 2013.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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Couple preparing to ride their bikes on the Manor Township portion of the trail. Taken August 2013.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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The trailhead for the Manor Township section is by far the best developed access point to date. The Turkey Hill wind turbines tower in the background.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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Western terminus of the trail, for the time. Manor Township officials hope to eventually extend it north along the river to Columbia, where it would join the Northwest River Trail. Taken August 2013.
Uploaded: 8/27/2013
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Your on a rail road bed--- hear a knock? Look up you just might see a Woodpecker!
Uploaded: 8/26/2013
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Riding the Manor side of the Enola trail in the fog.
Uploaded: 8/26/2013
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United States of America--Rail to Trail!
Uploaded: 8/26/2013
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Looking through the Gate Keeper's window on a foggy morning.
Uploaded: 8/26/2013
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All types of users were out to use the trail today. What a great couple. Their footfalls are totally in Sync!!!!!!!!! Way to go!!!!
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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one of the many observation/viewing platforms constructed along the trail
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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The entire trail is lush with views of the SusQ river
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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There are 4 springs /creeks that drain out of the hillside and into the SusQ River along the trail
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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cut into the hillside during construction, the rocky hillside cliffs are a formidible barrier.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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The adjacent hillside is prone to rock falls
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looking south thru the fence that seperates the trail from the active RR line below
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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view of the Safe Harbor Trestle over the Conestoga river(taken from the observation platform that was constructed and installed at this location. See the other photo of the trestle in the photo list. This is taken from the left and above of the trestle.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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View of theSafe Harbor dam and power plant at the souterh terminus of the trail
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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going north bound looking west to the SusQ River. Gorgoeus Views of the river. it's been reported that the total elevation change on this 5 mile section is only 50 feet.
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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The trail head for this newly opened 5 mile section of the trail. parking for 60 cars( totally full for the first Sat. morning since the opening) Porta-potties. The windmills on top of Turkey hill are at the top of the photo
Uploaded: 8/24/2013
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New trail just opened today August 22, 2013
Uploaded: 8/22/2013
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Approaching the northern big bend in Providence Township. Taken on a warm, summer day in 2013.
Uploaded: 8/10/2013
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Sad, overgrown state of the trail in Sadsbury Township. This easternmost section is officially still closed. Keep nagging Sadsbury officials to change this!
Uploaded: 8/10/2013
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Looking south from atop the bridge over Hollow Road in Providence Township.
Uploaded: 8/10/2013
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Looking north at the bridge over Hollow Road near the big bend in Providence Township.
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Impressive stone-arch bridge near the trail's eastern terminus. Taken summer 2013.
Uploaded: 8/10/2013
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Rounding the bend in Providence Township. Taken summer 2013.
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Uploaded: 6/1/2013
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Muttley, my bike and rock climber's on a beautiful afternoon in Safe Harbor Pennsylvania.
Uploaded: 5/4/2013
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Take it slow you never know what you might see.
Uploaded: 3/28/2013
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We love this trail. It is being redone Spring 2013 so it will be smooth--but we will miss the wild side. If you bike this one bring lot of water, there is no where to buy any along the way. You do meet nice people on this trail.
Uploaded: 3/28/2013
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The trailhead at the Route 324/Red Hill Road intersection in Martic Township has ample parking space.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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Small hamlet at the Route 324/Red Hill Road trailhead in Martic Township. This would be a great location for a future snack shop or other small business.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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Interpretive historical kiosk at the Martic Township trailhead.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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View east from the trailhead off the Route 324/Red Hill Road intersection in Martic Township. This is one of the best places to access to the trail.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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Looking west from the small trailhead off Sawmill Road. The overpass across the trail can be seen to the right, and the electrical tower is part of the power line that parallels the greenway.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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Enola Low-Grade Trail
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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This pic shows just how high up the trail is on the embankment on either side of Route 272, which is far below. The tops of the trees are just above the trail.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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Enola Low-Grade Trail
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Peering through the trees in western Providence Township. Taken October 2012.
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Rural landscape in Providence Township, near Rawlinsville Road.
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Another restored railroad mile marker, located between Rawlinsville Road and Route 272.
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View off the trail in Providence Township.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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Another of the creative stone benches that Providence Township officials have placed on their section of the trail. This one is between Rawlinsville Road and Route 272.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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One of the many long, straight sections of the trail. This one is just west of Route 272 in Providence Township.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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Enola Low-Grade Trail
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Enola Low-Grade Trail
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Enola Low-Grade Trail
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View north toward the Smithville Mobile Home Park and the ridge behind it. The southbound lanes of Route 272 can be seen to the right.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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The trail soars high above Route 272, which passes under the line through a pair of tunnels, south of Willow Street. This pic looks north toward the Pennsy Road intersection.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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Providence Township officials have restored several of the old railroad mile markers on their section of the trail. This one is situated between Route 272 and Sawmill Road.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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Looking west past the Sawmill Road overpass in Providence Township.
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View from the connector path that provides acce3ss to the trail from a small trailhead off Sawmill Road in Providence Township.
Uploaded: 10/8/2012
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A three-generation family enjoying an evening hike on the trail in Eden Township. Taken September 2012.
Uploaded: 9/18/2012
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A woman out hiking with her grandson in Eden Township. Taken September 2012.
Uploaded: 9/18/2012
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Amish buggy headed north past the crossing at Lamparter Road in Bart Township.
Uploaded: 9/18/2012
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Closeup photo of the entrance to the tunnel under Hollow Road. The masonry from the original underpass can still be seen here.
Uploaded: 9/18/2012
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Eastern portal to the Hollow Road tunnel.
Uploaded: 9/14/2012
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Bucolic rural solanco. Taken near the Eden/Bart township line.
Uploaded: 9/14/2012
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Typical rural Solanco scene near the boundary of Eden and Bart townships.
Uploaded: 9/14/2012
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One of the remaining stone arch tunnels on the trail can be found on Hollow Road in Providence Township. Hopefully, all the remaining tunnels and overpasses can be saved, avoiding inconvenience for future users and preserving part of the line's history.
Uploaded: 9/9/2012
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A family of Amish or Old Order Mennonites was enjoying the trail on this late summer afternoon. Taken August 2012.
Uploaded: 9/9/2012
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Birdhouses have been erected along the trail in Providence Township. This should help local wildlife and boost the number of birdwatchers on the trail.
Uploaded: 9/9/2012
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Providence Township has added a chemical toilet as one of its amenities at the Fairmount Road trailhead west of Quarryville. Users no longer have to worry about detouring into Quarryvile because they drank too much water and need to use the facilities.
Uploaded: 9/9/2012
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Providence Township officials have found a creative use for stones that once formed parts of the old dismantled bridges; they now serve as benches on the trail.
Uploaded: 8/21/2012
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Family enjoying a day on the trail near Fairmount Road with their Golden Retriever dogs. Taken August 2012.
Uploaded: 8/21/2012
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Kiosk at Fairmount Road trailhead west of Quarryville provides another historical fact about the railroad.
Uploaded: 8/21/2012
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Approaching the Route 372 overpass across the trail on the east end of Quarryville. Be careful of gullies that have been washed out on the trail's shoulders on this segment.
Uploaded: 6/24/2012
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Another buggy passing beneath the trail, this one on N. Lime Street in Quarryville. Taken May 2012.
Uploaded: 6/24/2012
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Looking north into the countryside from a point on the trail just west of the Route 372 bridge.
Uploaded: 6/24/2012
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Amish buggies are a common site in Solanco. This one was traveling on Route 372 near the overpass across the trail just east of Quarryville.
Uploaded: 6/24/2012
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View of Quarryville from the vantage point of the trail. Taken on a sunny afternoon in May 2012.
Uploaded: 6/24/2012
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Another Amish farmstead in Bart Township
Uploaded: 5/10/2012
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Another example of the rural landscape in Bart Township. Taken spring 2012.
Uploaded: 5/10/2012
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Colorful late afternoon sky on a warm, spring day.
Uploaded: 5/10/2012
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One of the many scenic, Amish farms that dominate the landscape east of Quarryville. This one is east of Route 896 in Bart Township.
Uploaded: 5/10/2012
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Looking north from the bridge over Vintage Road in Bart Township.
Uploaded: 5/10/2012
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An Amish teenager riding his scooter east of Route 896. Taken April 2012.
Uploaded: 5/10/2012
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Gate welcoming users to Eden Township's section of the trail, with rules and regulations posted on the sign. Taken at the Bushong Road trailhead, which is one of the nicest access points.
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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Looking north from trail in Eden Township
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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More Amish farms along the trail east of Quarryville
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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Rolling hills of southeast Lancaster County
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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Looking west toward Quarryville
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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Another scenic farmstead along the trail in Eden Township
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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Example of the old, rusted and warped metal railing left over from the railroad, this time at a small bridge over a stream. These rails should be replaced with newer ones.
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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A couple and their dog enjoying the trail east of Quarryville on a warm, spring day. Taken April 2012.
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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Another view from the Pumping Station Road overpass. I hope Eden Township eventually replaces the old, flimsy safety rails with stronger, improves ones like the type you usually see on old railroad bridges that have been refurbished for trail use.
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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View from atop the Pumping Station Road overpass, looking south into the bucolic countryside.
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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Farmscapes like this are common sites on the trail east of Quarryville.
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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With practically level topography, the low-grade line lives up to its name.
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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These mules were looking up at the trail at a farm in Eden Township on a spring day. Amish farms dominate the landscape along the trail east of Quarryville.
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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The trailhead off Bushong Road in Eden Township features ample parking space.
Uploaded: 5/3/2012
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Atglen Trail Grade
Uploaded: 4/11/2012
Lat: 39.94787 Long: -75.97577
Atglen Trail End
Uploaded: 4/11/2012
Lat: 39.94787 Long: -75.97577
This is over the Pequea Creek in Conastoga Township, Lancaster County near Martic Forge
Uploaded: 12/23/2011
Lat: 39.90796 Long: -76.32830
This is over the Pequea Creek in Conastoga Township, Lancaster County near Martic Forge
Uploaded: 12/23/2011
Lat: 39.90796 Long: -76.32830
This is over the Pequea Creek in Conastoga Township, Lancaster County near Martic Forge
Uploaded: 12/23/2011
Lat: 39.90796 Long: -76.32830
This is over the Pequea Creek in Conastoga Township, Lancaster County near Martic Forge
Uploaded: 12/23/2011
Lat: 39.90796 Long: -76.32830
This is over the Pequea Creek in Conastoga Township, Lancaster County near Martic Forge
Uploaded: 12/23/2011
Lat: 39.90796 Long: -76.32830
This is over the Pequea Creek in Conastoga Township, Lancaster County near Martic Forge
Uploaded: 12/23/2011
Lat: 39.90796 Long: -76.32830
Uploaded: 12/23/2011
Lat: 39.90000 Long: -76.15419
Uploaded: 12/23/2011
Lat: 39.90000 Long: -76.15419
Uploaded: 12/23/2011
Lat: 39.90000 Long: -76.15419
Uploaded: 12/23/2011
Lat: 39.90000 Long: -76.15419
Looking toward Quarryville, taken at Fairview Road trailhead
Uploaded: 10/17/2011
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Fairview Road trailhead, just west of Quarryville
Uploaded: 10/17/2011
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Trail users west of Quarryville
Uploaded: 10/17/2011
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Taken just east of Cinder Road overpass, Oct. 2011
Uploaded: 10/17/2011
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Snake making its way across trail, Providence Township, Oct. 2011.
Uploaded: 10/17/2011
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Cinder Road overpass, west of Quarryville, Providence Township
Uploaded: 10/17/2011
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Bucolic farm, taken in Providence Township, Oct. 2011
Uploaded: 10/17/2011
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Looking through the trees alongside the trail, viewing bucolic farm
Uploaded: 10/17/2011
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Looking west from Fairview Road crossing, Providence Township
Uploaded: 10/17/2011
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Vista west of Quarryville. Taken on a brisk, fall day.
Uploaded: 10/17/2011
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Small Underground River Waterfall Eminating Alongside Trail
Uploaded: 9/11/2011
Lat: 39.90041 Long: -76.14395
Parking Area at Marticville and Red Hill Roads
Uploaded: 9/11/2011
Lat: 39.91032 Long: -76.31248
Weathered Railroad Cut Near Martic Forge Trestle
Uploaded: 9/11/2011
Lat: 39.90819 Long: -76.32583
Rawlinsville Road Overpass, Sept 10, 2011
Uploaded: 9/11/2011
Lat: 39.92149 Long: -76.26741
Uploaded: 7/7/2010
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Uploaded: 7/7/2010
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looking south towards rte 324. the Conestoga trail is located in the pine trees and runs along the Pequea creek
Uploaded: 7/7/2010
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Uploaded: 7/6/2010
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Safe Harbor Trestle
Uploaded: 7/6/2010
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Remnants of the old River Hill Rd. bridge abuttment. The newer bridge can be seen high above.
Uploaded: 7/2/2010
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Uploaded: 7/2/2010
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